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The drive for increased fuel economy has given us more hybrid cars. With their forward-thinking design and advanced capabilities, hybrids of today are better than ever and come in all shapes and sizes. See for yourself how many of your favorite cars have become fuel misers. Don’t be surprised when you find an impressive selection of hybrid SUV models.



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2016 Infiniti QX60 Buyer's Guide

Contemporary Comfort For many years the Acura MDX was the only 3-row midsize luxury crossover SUV available to shoppers in search of a Japanese luxury make. Infiniti finally ended that monopoly a few years ago with the QX60. Compared to the MDX, the Infiniti offers softer, more traditional luxury interior styling. Compared to German competitors like the Read more...


2017 Honda Accord Hybrid promises 48 mpg combined

With more stringent fuel economy standards on the horizon, Honda has increased its commitment to electrification of its vehicles, including an expansion of its Clarity fuel cell line and, more immediately, a re-engineered edition of the Accord hybrid for 2017. Due in showrooms this spring, the revitalization includes upgrades to the Accord’s propulsion Read more...


Honda announced its 2017 Clarity Fuel Cell model that launches in California late this year will spawn a pair of green siblings in the form of a Clarity Electric, followed shortly thereafter by a Clarity Plug-in Hybrid. When they hit showrooms in 2017, Honda will become the first to offer these three technologies (fuel cell EV, battery EV and Plug-in Hybrid Read more...


There's a new battery-electric vehicle arriving this fall, one that will open up electric vehicles to a wider audience than ever before, potentially revolutionizing the whole electric-car market. And it's not the Tesla Model 3, or even the Chevy Bolt.  It's the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid. We've already talked about the new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, Read more...


In addition to gains in its EPA mileage numbers, the redesigned 2016 Toyota Prius has received a Top Safety Pick+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Structural changes to the Prius helped it outperform its predecessor in the demanding small-offset crash test raising its mark from Acceptable to Good. That step-up combined with Good Read more...


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s first-ever study on headlight performance reveals that most systems are not up to snuff. Of 31 midsize vehicles evaluated, only one, the Toyota Prius v, received a “Good” rating. And even that only when it was equipped with full LED headlamps and High Beam Assist -- part of an $8,400 optional Advanced Technology Read more...


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