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Automakers go green, but who’s buying?

Alt-fuel vehicles in the spotlight at car show, but their appeal to consumers is still limited

This 2010 Mustang convertible will be among the flashy New England International Auto Show lineup. This 2010 Mustang convertible will be among the flashy New England International Auto Show lineup. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Katie Johnston Chase
Globe Staff / December 4, 2009

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Alternative-fuel vehicles are making a strong showing at the downsized annual New England International Auto Show this week, reflecting a growing segment in a slumping industry. But don’t expect them to be parked in your neighbor’s driveway anytime soon. (Full article: 852 words)

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