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A new survey released Wednesday by the Consumer Reports National Research Center indicated that consumers would make fuel economy a high priority for their next vehicle purchase and would be willing to pay more for fuel savings.

Relative to respondents who expected their next vehicles to achieve about the same fuel economy as their present cars, nearly twice as many people expected to choose a model with much better or somewhat better fuel economy. More than 10 percent said they expected their next purchase to return 40 m.p.g. or higher.

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