GM Spins Its Mileage Numbers

Applying GM's logic, Honda can boast that 60 percent of its models get a rating of at least 30 mpg from the EPA compared to just 29 percent for GM.

Published: 26-Jan-2006

I've been hearing a lot in recent weeks about the "hype" of gasoline-electric hybrids.

People complain that consumers are being lured into paying a higher price for these fuel-efficient vehicles than they can possibly recoup during their ownership period.

But hybrids aren't the only vehicles being hyped -- all in the name of fuel economy.

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