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Three Plug-In Hybrids That Make Financial Sense

CheatSheet.com has profiled three plug-in hybrids that make great financial sense when compared to gasoline-only counterparts: Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: This plug-in model starts at $34,495 when you account for the $7,500 tax credit available. The Pacifica Hybrid can travel about 30 miles on a full charge and gets 80 MPGe, saving drivers more than $1,500 per year compared to a…

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Three hybrids featured on WardsAuto list of best engines

When it comes to choosing the best engines, hybrids are getting noticed. Three hybrids are included on the WardsAuto best engines list for 2017: the Chevy Volt, Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and Honda Accord Hybrid. The Volt and Paice are both plug-in hybrids. This marks the second straight year that the Chevy Volt has earned this recognition. The Volt was also praised for its 53-mile battery only…

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Three plug-in hybrids that make financial sense

CheatSheet.com says that car buyers interested in plug-in hybrids now have more affordable choices than ever before. The site highlighted these three plug-in hybrids that make great financial sense compared to gasoline-only alternatives: Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: A $7,500 tax credit reduces the cost to $34,495. Drivers can save more than $1,500 a year in fuel compared to a standard Pacifica. Toyota Prius Prime: With a $4,500…

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“Floodgates opening…” with a dozen new plug-in hybrids arriving in 2016

HybridCars.com reports that a dozen new plug-in hybrids will be introduced this year, doubling the number of PHEVs currently for sale in the United States. The article describes the wave of new plug-in hybrids as “tantamount to a floodgate opening…” The new plug-in hybrids include: Audi A3 e-tron Sportback BMW 330e, BMW 740e Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Mercedes-Benz C350e, E350e, GLC 350e 4MATIC, GLE…

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