A new survey found more car buyers were concerned with the cupholders in a new vehicle than with the gas mileage. That's right, 56% of car-buyers care about their cupholders while only 40% are interested in a new cars gas mileage. The mileage figure is actually way up this year moving from 24% to 40% but that still leaves it far behind cupholders. What does this say about the American buying public? They like to drink, duh. But it also speaks to the fact that while we all worry about gas prices and mileage we really know that with few exceptions we're looking at the vehicles overall quality, and it seems, visibility which came in at 93%.
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