Those who connect the cars, or offer a connection to cars, and/or play Connect Four in moving vehicles point out that despite the onward press for fuel efficiency and skyrocketing gas prices don't have Americans rushing to by B-class vehicles like the Chevy Aveo. They cite a an Automotive News piece pointing out that the munchkin-sized vehicles only account for 101,000 in a 5.2 million-vehicle market that includes light trucks. Is this a hangover from the halcyon fuel-huffing days of the past, is it hope that with oil prices dropping, gasoline will follow suit, or is it something else?

Are We Ready to Downsize Our Cars? [The Car Connection]

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