A shift away from the largest, thirstiest vehicles toward more fuel-efficient transportation in the face of rising fuel prices helped small engines, particularly 4- and 5-cyl. powerplants, stage a comeback in the light-truck market in the ’06 model year and increased the small-engine share of the total market. Related document: Domestic Light Vehicle Production Summary by Engine, '97-'06 Model Years A Ward’s survey of ’06 model-year North American production of cars and light trucks for ...
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