Honda tops again in efficiency on U.S. roads


* Asian carmakers again best for mileage, emissions * Ford, GM post gains, but Chrysler slumps * Total mileage for model year 2009 21.1 mpg WASHINGTON, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co Ltd has again produced the most fuel efficient and least polluting vehicles on American roads, the U.S. government projections for 2009 showed on Friday. South Korea's Hyundai-Kia and Toyota Motor Corp , also based in Japan, followed closely behind, respectively, for the second straight year, ...

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