TOKYO, Aug 21 (Reuters Life!) - If pushing the pedal makes the environmentalist in you cringe, Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. said on Tuesday it will equip all new cars with a device that could help improve fuel efficiency. When the accelerator is pressed, a meter shows the driver by how much fuel consumption is rising, the nation's third-biggest carmaker said. The device could improve fuel efficiency by an average 10 percent, it added. "When people have a fuel-efficiency meter ...
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