5 billion gallons in 7 years? C'-mon, get real

July 2001
Automotive News;7/30/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5941, p12
Trade Publication
Comments on the ins and outs of the fuel-efficiency debate in the United States. Concerns regarding climate changes; Consumer worries about energy shortages and prices; Need for a workable compromise between the government and the automobile industry regarding fuel-economy standards.


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