The average fuel economy of new light vehicles sold in the U.S. in January reached a record 25.3 mpg (9.3 L/100 km), up 2.5% from same-month 2013 and 20.7% from the base score of fourth-quarter 2007. Average national gasoline prices increased for the second month in a row to $3.39, but were still significantly below 2013’s 12-month average of $3.58. Market share of light trucks fell for the first time in five months, ...
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