Making fuel-efficient cars isn't cheap, and a new study warns that consumers are going to end up paying a lot for them.

According to a National Automotive Dealer Association study, new government fuel-economy requirements are going to cost consumers a lot of cash and make it tough for many new-car shoppers to afford one. The NADA study warns that consumers will be paying around $3,000 more for a new vehicle once the proposed corporate average fuel economy standards take effect.

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NADA Warns The New Federal Standards Will Cost Consumers $3000 A Vehicle

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