Carmax.com Launches Miles Per Gallon Search Feature

After a summer of high gas prices, Carmax.com is helping consumers find used cars that are easier on the wallet. They’ve launched a new search feature that allows car shoppers to search their inventory by MPG or miles per gallon.

They’ve also added an MPG “quick link” feature, enabling site visitors to click on available cars that reach over 30 mpg.

“Since gas prices remain high, people are looking for vehicles that offer better fuel efficiency,” said Ann Yauger, director of carmax.com. “The new mpg search feature on carmax.com makes shopping for fuel-efficient vehicles as fast and easy as a few simple clicks from our homepage.”

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