Fuel economy is the most important factor most U.K. motorists consider when planning to acquire their next car. A survey of 398 business and personal-car leasing customers by U.K. website ContractHireAndLeasing.com finds fuel economy is rated very important by 47% of respondents. Another 42% say it is somewhat important. Some 9% of respondents claim fuel price is not an important consideration. The Automobile Assn. says the U.K. average price for unleaded gasoline in June was 130.5 pence a ...

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