Choosing a new car isn’t what it used to be. Not only do you have to choose options, style, price and color, you have to think about what kind of fuel you want to use.
Some new car buyers want new, alternative fuel vehicles, which are designed to reduce pollution and oil dependence. Others, also concerned with using less gasoline, may find small cars with high miles-per-gallon tags are just as acceptable ways to be kind to the Earth.
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