Great news , but doesn’t it make you wonder, because demand for gas should be going down. If that is so then the price should be going down right? I mean isn’t economics 101 when supply low price goes up but when supply is high price comes down. Less stops at a pump to me equals fuel surplus no?
Then why are we seeing prices for gas going up when cars should be in theory consuming less Fuel to get from point a to b? love to here some answers to this. Whose got them?
EPA Says Dodge Dart Aero Models to Get 40-plus Highway MPG
WASHINGTON – The EPA posted official fuel economy numbers for the 2013-MY Dodge Dart. The Dart Aero model equipped with a 1.4 L four-cylinder engine and manual six-speed transmission is EPA-certified at 41 mpg highway. Read Full Storymotive Fleet.