U.S. cars still polluting tons more than Europe or Japan
There are a couple of reasons that U.S. buyers are driving less efficient vehicles, aside from personal taste. Automakers don't offer nearly as many diesels in the States as they do in Europe and those Kei cars are only legislated in Japan. We're not totally convinced that all of these figures from JATO Dynamics are completely accurate either, but the fact remains that the U.S. has plenty of catching up to do when directly compared with other automaking countries.
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