Interesting article in the New York Times about Americans’ changing vehicular tastes. The cars being sold in abundance today may be smaller in years past, but they’re fully loaded with amenities, one of the big reasons Americans turned to larger cars in the past. If U.S. automakers can deliver small, fuel-efficient cars that are still packed with luxury items, Americans will buy them.
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