Hybrids Sales Lagging, Blame Buyers?
Last week, the world’s automakers put on displays of fuel efficiency during the public policy days of the Washington Auto Show as bureaucrats of every description toured the show, huffing, puffing and pontificating over public policy as it applies to automobiles.
The show has become a magnet for automakers since the EPA raised the corporate average fuel economy. The new mandate, a lofty 54.5 mpg for the 2025 model year, sounds like a good idea.
But what happens when buyers hit the showroom is a different story altogether. There’s a reason for this, something politicians don’t understand.
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