- While not often considered a factor in the driving experience, fuel economy (23 percent) was ranked the second most important factor for Americans when determining whether a car is fun to drive – behind only good handling (47 percent).
- When Millennials determine whether a car is fun to drive, they are more likely to say fuel economy (23 percent) contributes to this than either speed (16 percent) or horsepower (8 percent).
- Nearly two-thirds of Americans (65 percent) said they believe diesel engines can output more power than traditional gasoline powered vehicles.
70 Percent Of Americans Have Not Yet Driven A Diesel Vehicle, Honeywell Turbo Survey Shows
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