Spend less on gas, use less resources, as well as the tax benefits makes buying a hybrid car a great choice, some of the most eco-friendly cars are:
Toyota Camry Hybrid
Nissan Altima Hybrid
Ford Fusion Hybrid
Honda Insight EX
Turbo diesel engines create more power and use less fuel than even hybrid cars. They also don't have the unfortunate little problem of having batteries that cannot be disposed of safely. The batteries in hybrids have to be changed and they pose a threat almost as big as nuclear waste when it comes to the disposal of them. In Europe, my brothers VW 4 door sedan gets over 55 MPG and produces less polution than a Prius by a lot. Hybrids are a great concept, we just do not have the technology yet to make them safe for the environment.
by NGRIA Bassett 8 years ago
Is this the future of driving?What are the pros and cons
by IHT Farooqui 10 years ago
Dear Friends,Every where in tis world pollution is killing us. THousands of vehicles are rolling out from assembly lines daily adding hazardous in the environment. I know this is a hot topic for the engineers but can you suggest some thing how to improve fuel quality and lower down the hazardous...
by pjdscott 10 years ago
I ask since we drive a Toyota Prius, having recently traded in for the 2008 model. Our 2005 version was superb and the new model even better. The car salesroom had a push to sell some, and we got the T5 spirit showroom model for the price of the T5. They also gave us a complimentary solar panel...
by laswi 8 years ago
What has happened to Toyata Prius - the best-selling hybrid car in the world and Toyota's flagship model? Toyota has discovered there were design problems with the antilock brake system.
by pgrundy 9 years ago
Congress funded this 'Cash for Clunkers' program that provides a $4500 rebate to Americans who trade in their gas guzzling car for a fuel efficient model to the tune of $1 billion. The program started this past Monday, and ran out of money today:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/01/busin …...
by MountainManJake 6 years ago
Why are cars called hybrids? What makes them different?
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