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“And while we're at it, why not scrap noisy, gas-guzzling airplanes?”
“And it will continue to increase as computer companies expand datacenters so we can shop at home instead of tooling around in gas-guzzling cars.”
“Hybrid cars, which accounted for 8% of the Japanese auto market last year, are gaining traction in Japan thanks to government incentives for consumers to shun gas-guzzling cars.”
“Typically, the plans offered discounts to car owners who traded in old, gas-guzzling cars for new, fuel-efficient vehicles.”
“VEHICLE PROBES -- Tommy Wells owned the news cycle with his brief "preliminary report" on the city's vehicle management practices, which included the conclusion that Kwame Brown "inappropriately requested" a gas-guzzling SUV.”
“What seemed too dull and constricting a mere fifteen years ago now looks luxurious, like those huge gas-guzzling cars with all that chrome and the tuck-and-roll seats.”
“I felt like a schnook pulling into the campus parking lot at the University of Colorado, Boulder in my gas-guzzling SUV.”
“Until the Fiat-based models arrive, Chrysler's lineup is skewed toward gas-guzzling trucks, sport-utility vehicles and minivans.”
“What do you do about the Chinese and Indians who quite fancy a tiny taste of the gas-guzzling high life?”
“Yet in terms of CO2 emissions and gas-guzzling, it's right up there with the big success stories in eco cars.”
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