The WardsAuto Fuel Economy Index for U.S. light-vehicle sales reached 25.0 mpg (9.4 L/100 km) in November, marking a 2.3% gain from year-ago and a 19.2% improvement on the fourth-quarter 2007 base score. The score rose for the second consecutive month, but is still behind the record-high 25.1 mpg (9.4 L/100 km) rating in August. Average national gasoline prices dropped for the fifth month in a row. More ‘14 model  vehicles entered the market, and those with revised powertrains and ...


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