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REPORT: All of Europe's 15 most fuel-efficient cars get better than 56 mpg

2009 Smart ForTwo Cabriolet – Click above for high-res image gallery

REPORT: All of Europe's 15 most fuel-efficient cars get better than 56 mpg

2009 Smart ForTwo Cabriolet – Click above for high-res image gallery

WSJ: Can U.S. Adopt Europe's Fuel-Efficient Cars?

With a 35 mpg average looking like the new norm down the American road, the Wall Street Journal decided to do a little thinking out loud about just how likely it will be that Americans will soon get European models. While Euro models, as we so often say, get better mileage, it's not like the companies can just import (or export, depending) European models for sale in the U.S. As the WSJ's Mike Spector correctly notes, "