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Hybrids Rule: 2008 's Top Five (Part 2)

Hybrids Rule: 2008 's Top Five (Part 2) 1Honda Civic — Base Price, 24,350; Safety Features, Dual front, front side and side curtain airbags; Fuel Mileage estimates, 49-51 mpg; Warranty, Bumper to bumper, 3 years/36,000 miles; Powertrain, 10 years/100,000 miles, Corrosion, 5 years/unlimited miles.

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Nissan Altima (Hybrid), 2009: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Nissan Altima (Hybrid), 2009: The Weekly Driver Car Review 2Far too few new American cars average more than 30 mpg. But the 2009 Nissan Altima hybrid is in the small fraternity and that means it warrants extended consideration.

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Toyota Prius, Corolla, 2009: Weidel On Wheels

Toyota Prius, Corolla, 2009: Weidel On Wheels 3Many car shoppers have adopted the perspective “bigger is not better.” Even my college-age daughter, not always the most practical shopper, has decided her first car should be a hybrid or a very gas-efficient model.

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Honda Begins Limited U.S. Distribution Of Hydrogen Car, Clarity

Honda Begins Limited U.S. Distribution Of Hydrogen Car, Clarity 4A strong position at the forefront of the automotive industry is nothing new for Honda. But the Japanese manufacturer has added to its innovative legacy with the debut of its zero-emission, hydrogen fuel cell car.

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Honda Civic (Hybrid), 2008: The Weekly Driver Car Review

civichybridThe 2008 edition continues the second generation of the Honda Civic hybrid, which was introduced in 2006 and has maintained a strong share in the ever-expanding hybrid  market. In fact, with the exception of the Toyota Prius, which dominated hybrid sales in the United States in 2007, the Civic hybrid is the country’s most popular hybrid.

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Ford Escape (Hybrid), 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Ford Escape (Hybrid), 2007: The Weekly Driver Car Review 5Introduced in 2004, the Escape hybrid complemented Ford’s already popular compact sport utility vehicle line. The Mazda Tribute and Mercury Mariner are remarkably similar SUVs, with the Mariner also available in a hybrid model.

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