Fuel economy important to car buyers, survey findsTue, 22 May 2012
A survey by Consumer Reports magazine finds that fuel economy is most important to car buyers.
Nearly 40 percent of those surveyed ranked gas mileage as the No. 1 buying factor. That was followed by quality (17 percent), safety (16 percent) and value (14 percent.) Only 6 percent of the 2,009 adults surveyed ranked performance as the most important factor.
Read more fuel economy survey results here, and check out more fuel economy recommendations at shopautoweek.com.
By Autoweek Staff