Hybrid/Diesel/Electric cars

General Motors Announces Aproval For Electric Chevy Volt For 2010

General Motors Announces Aproval For Electric Chevy Volt For 2010 1The Chevy Volt took a major step toward the public showroom when General Motors officials recently announcement the manufacture of the extended-range electric vehicle has been approved.

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Electric Sports Car, Tesla, Makes Los Angeles Debut

Electric Sports Car, Tesla, Makes Los Angeles Debut 3The Tesla Roadster, the long-awaited electric sports car powered by a lithium-ion battery and possessing a more than $100,000 price tag, is now available for the first time in a Westwood, Calif., dealership.

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Hybrid Sales Continue To Climb In United States

Hybrid Sales Continue To Climb In United States 4The popularity of hybrid vehicles in the United States continues to rise. According to a report by the Green Car Congress in Washington, D.C., sales of hybrids in the U.S. rose 10 percent in March 2008 compared to 2007 sales in the same month.

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Chevrolet Malibu (Hybrid), 2008: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Chevrolet Malibu (Hybrid), 2008: The Weekly Driver Car Review 5It’s hard not to see Malibu advertisements. With its keen redesign for 2008, Chevrolet has seemingly put everything it has into the marketing of the car named after the southern California beach city.

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Chevy Malibu, 2008: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Chevy Malibu, 2008: The Weekly Driver Car Review 6It’s hard not to see advertisements for the Chevrolet Malibu. With its keen redesign for 2008, Chevrolet has put everything it has into the marketing of the car named after the southern California beach city. The promotion began in earnest during last October’s World Series and it hasn’t waned.

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Ford Escape (Hybrid), 2005: The Weekly Driver Car Review

ford-escape-1The 2005 Ford Escape is the fourth addition to manufacturer’s SUV line, the first hybrid in the class and it makes an impressive debut. The Escape is economically and environmentally smart, and for those still unimpressed by SUVs, the vehicle could easily change their thinking. The 4-door, all-wheel drive 5-passenger rig has a 2.3-liter, 4-cylinder gas engine assisted by an electric motor.

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