Hyundai to debut plug-in hybrid concept at NAIAS

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Could the Blue-Will kill the green Prius? Hyundai has announced that its first ever plug-in hybrid concept will make its U.S. debut at next week’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The concept is called the Blue-Will and was shown first at the Seoul Auto Show in March of last year. The car has […]

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CarReview's 2009-2010 Hybrid Buyer's Guide

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Just 10 years ago Honda released the Insight as the first US mass market hybrid combustion/electric car. Its two seat aerodynamic teardrop shape, light weight and focused engineering delivered spectacular fuel economy that generated quite a bit of media attention. In the real world however, the Insight

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Prius To Become Its Own “Brand”

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Hmmmm, another re-branding effort. I’ve always found that an interesting trend for Japanese car companies. Outside of North America, there is no Acura, for example; everything Honda makes is just a Honda. It looks like Toyota, makers of the world’s best selling hybrid, the Prius, might be spinning off the Prius name into its own […]

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Featured User Review: Toyota Prius

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Reviews by community members are the foundation of Share your experience with other car owners by writing reviews for your cars, aftermarket parts, and car audio components. You don’t have to be an expert – everyone’s opinion counts. Featured Review: 2007 Toyota Prius by Mark Lindsey Price Paid: $25000.00 from Wilde Toyota-West Al Review […]

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2010 Honda Insight vs. 2010 Toyota Prius – The Heavyweight Hybrids Weigh In

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Toyota has dominated the hybrid car market in North America since the introduction of the second generation Prius in 2004. Now in its tenth year of production, the all-new third generation Prius* looks better, has more power, and gets better gas mileage

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Toyota Prius Minivan In The Works?

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From the ‘Well duh, why shouldn’t they’ department comes word (just rumors at the moment) that Toyota, the worlds largest car company, is thinking of making a Prius minivan. Or to be more accurate, it would be a minivan based on the Prius platform. Now, a Prius isn’t a very big car to begin with, […]

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Are We Losing Our Hunger for Hybrids?

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The momentary dip in gas prices has caused Americans to gravitate away from buying hybrids in droves, at least for now. I predicted that this would happen. We have very short memories in this country, and I figured we’d go back to gas-only vehicles as soon as the gas crunch subsided. But before I started […]

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Hot Rodded Hybrids

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Finally! Look, I think of myself as a pretty eco-aware, green guy. I was born & raised in a part of the world that invented gorp and REI and looks like something from Lord of The Rings. I got no problem with saving the environment from our own greed and stupidity. I’m also, ironically, a […]

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Smart ForTwo and VW Diesels Are Among Top-10 Most Fuel Efficient Vehicles

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The EPA and Energy Department issued the 2009 fuel economy guide. The overall fuel economy leader is no surprise. It’s the Toyota Prius, rated at 48 mpg in the city and 45 on the highway. The new additions to the top 10 list this year are the Smart ForTwo convertible and coupe and Volkswagen Jetta […]

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