Sunday, February 8, 2009

Hybrid Car Review

Hybrid Car Models in the Market - A Review Of Your Choices

There are presently many hybrid car models in the market. The hybrid car technology has become very popular that almost all car makers would like to ride the trend. Toyota's Offering
Later, Toyota introduced the Toyota Prius in the US. Presently, this model is the most popular hybrid car in the market. It is actually the first hybrid car that was mass-produced.
Toyota Motors have high hopes with the future of hybrid vehicles. Honda's First Hybrid Car Models
Honda Insight Hybrid was an environment friendly model. Ford's Hybrid Lines
Ford offered the Ford Escape hybrid to the market. It is another fully hybrid vehicle that was to make a name in the hybrid market. Another model that Ford Motors
Honda vs. Toyota
Honda being threatened by the popularity of the Toyota hybrids introduced to the market their new model of a hybrid car that will compete with the very popular Toyota Prius. Honda launched a hybrid version of the Civic model. The hybrid model of Civic was known to be 30% more efficient than the non-hybrid Civic. The hybrid model looks very much like the non-hybrid counterpart but it was the hood that was modified. introduced was the Mercury Mariner Hybrid although it did not became as popular as the Ford Escape Hybrid.
Nissan's Attempt to Join the Hybrid World
Nissan bought the hybrid technology of Toyota and they were able to produce the Nissan Altima Hybrid.

Hybrid Car Review: It’s A Baby Nissan Hybrid!

Nissan recently made public its first baby in the hybrid car industry with its 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid! On the exterior, the new 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid will assume the similar look of the non-hybrid Altima and will also run on the same gas engine as its non-hybrid counterpart. But this newly-introduced 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid Car will be boasting of its added hybrid electric system that helps reduce gas emissions and maximize its gas mileage with an expected fuel economy of 36 mpg - miles per gallon - for highway driving and 41 mpg - miles per gallon - for city driving.
The 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid Car will run with a 40 horsepower permanent magnet synchronized AC motor.

1 Comentário:

Kyoko Nitori said...

Well, the good thing about small car is that its reliable and very fuel efficient. That's why I'm buying a used cars version for this car :)

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