Light vehicles sold in the U.S. in November averaged 27.2 mpg (8.6 L/100 km), up 4.2% from same-month 2017. The average gasoline price per gallon was $2.736, down 7.0% from October, but continuing a 17-month streak of year-over-year gains. Battery-electric vehicles reached a 1.8% share in November, up greatly from 0.6% the year prior. This growth came at the expense of gasoline ICEs. Honda and Mitsubishi tied as the top-rated automaker, excluding electric-only Tesla. Honda recorded growth ...

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