Kevin Shea

Fuel Economy Losing Importance to Auto Shoppers

In his first interview after the election, President-elect Barack Obama emphasized the importance of a new energy policy, worrying that when gas prices fall "suddenly we act like it’s not important, and we start, you know filling up our SUVs again." In October, the average price of a gallon of gasoline fell to $3.11, the lowest price since February and a dollar less than its peak in June. With gas

Chevy Cobalt – The Next Best Thing to a Hybrid?

YAGS! In case you’ve missed it, the U.S. has hit a bit of an economic bump in the road. In a rare show of bi-partisan support, the government passed a stimulus package bill, but those checks are quickly being diverted to pay for increasingly expensive food and European-style gas prices. With gas prices hitting record highs almost every day and thus requiring a new story, I think these articles deserve