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What the organization fails to mention in its analysis of the ultra high mileage cars that are available overseas but are not available here is the fact that the vast majority of them are diesels. Diesel engined vehicles, especially small displacement diesels such as those used in the foreign small cars not on sale here, have never achieved any popularity in the United States, primarily because of their lack of performance. smog laws, laws that are so tight that sales of new diesels have been essentially outlawed in highly populated states like California and New York. New, "clean diesel" technology Nike Kyrie Red Velvet
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According to a Massachusetts based think tank, America is now stuck in reverse when it comes to fuel efficient vehicles. consumers want Congress to take action to correct the situation, and it cites its own survey results to substantiate that claim. But after looking at the data one has to wonder if American consumers aren't simply providing "politically correct" answers to the survey questions, since their behavior seems to differ markedly from the opinions reflected in the survey.
So while some might argue that automakers are intentionally keeping American consumers from high mileage cars, the fact is that differing market conditions and the preferences of American consumers themselves, expressed by dollars spent on various vehicle types, are the key reasons we don't see more over 40 mpg cars in America. The intentions of CSI are laudable, but its analysis doesn't tell the real story.
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behavior of the American car buyer says something quite different. light vehicle market. and global car markets are so hotly competitive, you can bet that at least some of the auto manufacturers would try to exploit the ultra high mileage seeker if they thought they existed in numbers large enough to be a viable market. But up to now, the over 40 mpg market has not tempted them, largely because their market research and prior sales results have told them the market is not nearly as large as CSI believes.
So it should be obvious that Americans want 40 mpg cars, right?
is changing that, but market observers suggest it will take years before diesels reach the level of acceptance they enjoy currently overseas, where government taxation often favors them.
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consumers thirsting for the fuel efficient cars now being sold overseas but not in this country. automakers overseas but not here.
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