Dealer association says EPA’s rush to final emission standards will make personal transportation more expensive and delay purchases of cleaner, safer vehicles.
The National Automobile Dealership Association (NADA) President Peter Welch last week issued a statement in response to the EPA’s decision to finalize 2015 emission standards.
“Washington today decided to make new cars and trucks more expensive for America’s working men and women. The outgoing administration has chosen to halt progress on fuel economy by enacting a policy that will delay the introduction of safer and cleaner vehicles by making them more expensive,” said the statement. “Consumers deserve access to affordable