Commentary Score one for Toyota in the fuel-economy propaganda war. U.S. and Japanese auto makers have been at odds over how best to reduce America’s dependence on oil, and the early returns have Toyota winning the battle. Detroit’s Big Three have been lobbying for government regulations that would permit the sale of more diesel-powered cars and light trucks as a way to boost fuel economy. They and several suppliers have been on the campaign trail, bringing in modern, ...
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