Government: Gas mileage rise in 2008 vehicles
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Sept. 19, 2008
By Ken Thomas
Environmental groups said the report reflected a lack of good options among many vehicle categories. In the larger truck segments, for example, there was little difference in fuel efficiency among the best performers and the mediocre ones.
"The American people have not had the choice to buy a clean vehicle except for certain sized sedans and the smallest SUVs," said Dan Becker, director of the Safe Climate Campaign for the Center for Auto Safety.