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May 2018 Hybrid Car Sales Report

Hybrid Cars published its monthly round-up of hybrid sales. May 2018 showed sales up year on year and from last month. Plug-in hybrids and full electric vehicles pushed the growth in sales. Full hybrids, however, saw a continued decrease as the Toyota Prius and Ford Fusion sold fewer models. There were 31,918 hybrid cars sold in May, with the Toyota…

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Increased sales volume expected for new Insight hybrid

Honda has announced its 2019 Insight Hybrid, and with it, the company’s expectations for the new model. According to its conversation with Auto Blog, Honda expects to “do better” with the new Insight Hybrid than the previous Insight models. The company has a stated 2030 electrified vehicle target of 2/3 of total sales. Pricing is still to come for the…

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New Accord hybrid arrives in showrooms March 23, 2018

Honda’s new Accord Hybrid is set to arrive this week at dealerships around the U.S. The 2018 Accord Hybrid is a standout addition to the company’s already strong hybrid portfolio. Under the hood, the 2018 hybrid offers a 2.0L Atkinson-cycle engine in addition to a hybrid battery pack. Other features include push-to-start and a rearview camera. The model starts at…

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Save fuel without sacrificing fun: The best hybrid cars you can buy

You don’t have to give up comfort, practicality, or performance when you buy a hybrid car. For those who want it all, Digital Trends says the best hybrid car you can buy is the Toyota Prius. Other hybrids receiving kudos included the Honda Accord Hybrid, Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, Acura NSX, Cadillac CT6 Plug-In Hybrid, and the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. Read…

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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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Honda Accord Hybrid will return in 2017

GreenCarReports.com says the Honda Accord Hybrid, which vanished from the carmaker’s 2016 lineup, will return in 2017. The Accord Hybrid features the highest fuel-economy rating of any mid-size hybrid sedan: 47 mpg combined. Honda suspended production of the Accord Hybrid for the 2016 model year while it moved production of the car from Ohio to a factory in Japan. Read more.

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Hybrids That Will Save You Hundreds Every Year

An article at HybridCars.com highlights hybrids that will save you hundreds on gas every year. If you drive 15,000 miles a year, these four hybrids will save you $450 to $600 a year: Toyota Camry Hybrid ($450 savings), Honda Accord Hybrid $550 savings), Ford Fusion Hybrid ($600 savings), and the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid ($550 savings). Read more.

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Five Alternatives to the Toyota Prius

The Toyota Prius has become synonymous with the hybrid vehicle in America, but reporter Collin Woodard offers up five alternatives that hybrid car buyers may want to consider: Lexus CT200h ($42,200, 42 mpg): Features include a luxurious interior and sporty driving dynamics. Ford C-Max ($24,170, 40 mpg): Features include a more powerful engine, sportier handling, and a significantly more spacious cabin Honda Accord…

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When fuel economy is a top priority, choose hybrid

When Wall St. Cheat Sheet listed the best cars to buy when fuel economy is a top priority, it naturally turned its attention to hybrids. The list of the 12 best cars to buy included six hybrids, including the Toyota Camry Hybrid, Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid, Honda Accord Hybrid, Lexus CT200h. The Ford Fusion Hybrid (42 mpg) and Toyota Prius (50 mpg) claimed the…

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Six hybrid sedans that deliver the best value

HybridCars.com recently featured six best-selling hybrid sedans that deliver the greatest bump in fuel efficiency compared to their non-hybrid siblings. The featured sedans include the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid, Toyota Avalon Hybrid, Lexus ES 300h, Toyota Camry Hybrid, Ford Fusion Hybrid, and Honda Accord Hybrid. All of these hybrids get 13 to 16 mpg more than their non-hybrid counterparts. Read more.

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