How to pick the best Hybrid Car
Most people find the added information about technology and fuel economy overwhelming when they first decide to shop for a hybrid vehicle. This article will help you sort through all the techno-babble and empower you to feel confident while choosing the right hybrid car for your particular needs.
The allure of a hybrid vehicle is compelling, to say the least. While some see them as simply the latest tech gadget to brag to their friends about, more and more people are starting to come around to the fact that hybrid electric-gas cars are the future of all automobiles.
The first thing to keep in mind when starting your research is to not allow yourself to feel bogged down by all the information. There are really only a few hybrid cars out there that are right for you, and we'll easily cut through the majority of them in no time.
Do you prefer Compacts? Mid-sized coupes? SUV's? Trucks? Luxury sedans? The initial offering of hybrid vehicles for 2007 includes at least one car line in each of those categories, so surely you shouldn't have to compromise your preference.
The current category breakdown of hybrid electric-gas production models in the United States are as follows:(in no particular order)
SUVs: (27-36 MPG)
- Lexus RX 400h
- Toyota Highlander
- Ford Escape
- Mercury Mariner
- Saturn VUE Green line
- Lexus GS 450h
- Toyota Camry
- Honda Accord
- Toyota Prius (Pronounced Pree-yus)
- Chevy Silverado
- Honda Civic
- Honda Insight
by Rick Tamlin