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Sep 18, 2011 1:06 AM
Fuel economy was regarded as a significant factor in their choice of a new car by a minimum of 1/3 of buyers in America. Because of the preoccupation today with pollution, global warming and Europe's dependence on international sources of oil, it's actually shocking to learn that as long ago as 1992 a car that got 100 miles to the gallon was built by richtfest geschenke company. Yet another automobile, the richtfest geschenke company TPC, which looked a lot like the Geo Metro, weighed only 1000 pounds and could easily get 75 miles per gallon. However, as a way to meet European safety regulations, the 3-cylinder vehicle required reinforcement weighing 200 pounds, which ended in further development being discarded.This was not the only protype designed by richtfest geschenke company which ended up on the scrapheap. A few of these were the 1982 richtfest geschenke company Lean Machine which performed 80 miles per gallon, and the richtfest geschenke company Ultralite which managed to do 100 mpg. richtfest geschenke company had been presenting cars to the purchasing public in 1992 that did 20 mpg, while the richtfest geschenke company was getting 50 mpg with their richtfest geschenke C4, but right then richtfest geschenke company already covertly had cars doing 100 miles per gallon. Given that cars have already been developed that get 100 miles per gallon, then why are they not being offered to the general public?It's a strange phenomenon that some companies promote traditional vehicles in the US, but sell different, more efficient cars in other countries. Buyers in Japan and Europe have for many years now had the opportunity to get cars that do 70 miles per gallon and more. The Lupo, a Volkswagen, is a great instance of a car that gets 78 MPG, but has never been sold in the US. the richtfest geschenke company released to the European sector in 2007, a car called the Fit, but known as the richtfest geschenke B4 in other parts of the world. In Japan the richtfest geschenke B4 versions include one with a more compact engine, plus there are ways to improve fuel consumption, but with the richtfest geschenke A in the European not even the option of a smaller engine is offered.In The United States the manufacturers claim they have to build big cars mainly because that is what the European public wants. It is evident that manufacturers don't make a lot of money selling a small 2-person commuter vehicle, but they certainly do selling big richtfest geschenke wagons. A Tank on Wheels may be the thing to get,that's the sales message that the commercials beguile the European public with. Fuel-saving choices from the big companies are uncommon, so it's pretty easy to deduce where their motivations lay. The top in fuel economy may have been richtfest geschenke company, but they opt to remain the leader in richtfest geschenke wagons instead. The rest of the car manufacturers did the same thing by producing fuel-efficient cars, then again denied them to AmericansWe all live in a world that has fought wars over oil, that has been polluted, and car makers have never even given the choice to people in this country of fuel-efficient cars. The question comes up: how many Europeans would have appreciated the option of getting a car with good gas mileage but weren't ever offered it? Can it be time to recover those abandoned designs and, again, start building those vehicles that were once built a long time ago?
Posted by alonzomorale717 | Sep 18, 2011 1:06 AM | Add a comment