The U.S. auto industry’s primary advocacy group says there are 9 million alternative-fuel vehicles (AFV) on the road, and top auto makers easily should reach their combined goal of selling 1 million units this year. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers touts statistics gathered by R.L. Polk & Co. covering AFV sales from 2000 to 2006. The Polk study reveals AFV sales have doubled in that time, from 3 million to 9 million today. Registration of diesel passenger cars and light ...
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