Japanese automakers are very likely counting down the days of 2011.
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With bloated prices at the pumps, it should come as little surprise that Americans say fuel economy is the number one factor when considering the purchase of a new car.
It all started back in 1982 when Honda began assembling vehicles in the United States, when Honda became the first Japanese automaker to build its vehicles on American soil.
And it seems to be gaining a fair amount of support...