All countries have promised to cut emissions, meaning more fuel-efficient, hybrid, electric, and compact cars will be produced with quality features and equipment that appeals to consumers.
By 2000, consumers became more concerned with climate change and pollution, and the US Government wanted more fuel-efficient cars with lower emissions back on the road.
For example, tax credits have been available in past years to taxpayers who purchased a fuel-efficient car or made environmentally-friendly improvements to their home.
The concern over global warming and pollution has moved the auto industry into producing vehicles that are more fuel-efficient and less taxing on the environment.
As more Americans lean toward fuel-efficient vehicles, the Golf is gradually gaining more traction in the U.S. as well, especially the GTI sports version.
This program has helped consumers purchase more fuel-efficient vehicles by trading in their old clunker, gas-guzzling cars, vans, trucks, and SUVs.
The auto industry has responded to consumer demands for fuel-efficient vehicles, and there are several respected hybrid options to choose from.
Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid: For those who want a fuel-efficient vehicle with powerful towing capacity, the Tahoe is a good place to start looking.
The CARS or Cash for Clunkers Bill has enabled many people to purchase more fuel-efficient cars at highly discounted prices.
Governments worldwide are demanding more fuel-efficient, less emission output autos, as well as alternative fuel models.