Car Buyers Want Greener Cars Without Sacrifice
If actions speak louder than words, some might wonder what all the environmental fuss is about in the auto industry.
While consumers overwhelmingly say they want cleaner, more fuel efficient vehicles, they don't want to pay a premium of up to $10,000 or compromise on performance.
Less than 6 percent of vehicles sold in the United States last year were equipped with alternative powertrains -- mainly gasoline-electric hybrid cars and diesel trucks -- according to an estimate by J.D. Power and Associates, based on sales through November.
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