NADA chair says fuel-efficient vehicles are the way to built market share
Willey said a U.S. House of Representatives bill that increases corporate average fuel economy standards for cars and light trucks to 32 to 35 mpg by 2022 is "the only bill that calls for responsible CAFE reform." The NADA as a whole supports the House bill instead of a somewhat similar (35 mpg by 2020) bill in the Senate. The bill "would pose a significant threat to vehicle choice, safety and affordability."
[Source: Ryan Beene / Automotive News]
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