It if sounds too good to be true, it probably is, and that’s what a growing number of industry experts are saying about the Obama Admin.’s claim its tough new fuel-economy rules won’t add much to future vehicle sticker prices. The Obama Admin. claims the stricter regulations will add $1,300 to consumers’ cost for a typical car or truck by 2016 and that those costs mostly will be offset by savings at the fuel pump over several years, but independent engineering firm Ricardo Inc. says the ...
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