For the first time in many years, gas prices are driving car purchases.
Consumer Reports magazine surveyed drivers who are considering a new vehicle purchase over the next year.
27% said of drivers surveyed said Fuel Economy is the #1 consideration.
A quarter of potential buyers said Reliability is their top consideration.
Price was a top factor for 14% of those surveyed.
Safety Features took 12% and 5% of car shoppers said dealer or factory incentives were the most important factors in the purchasing decision.