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10-21-2009 09:49 AM #11
More fuel efficient cars in
More fuel efficient cars in the 1980's - tighter smog control emmisions equipment sucked us dry of MPG so why the air is definitely cleaner these days it came at a price, lower MPG. Growing up in Los Angeles we were custom to daily smog alerts in the 1970's and 80's. Today most teenagers wouldn't even know what a smog alert is. In short, I think made progress was made.........
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05-25-2010 12:23 AM #12
I too am in the market for a
I too am in the market for a hybrid, I cannot seem to find any reviews that show the number of miles one can drive on a full electrical charge? That is almost as important o me as MPG.
11-28-2010 11:33 AM #13
Please add me to your
Please add me to your mailing list re your water hybrid system
03-08-2011 11:46 AM #14
In the market for a hybrid
In the market for a hybrid and thinking about leasing.
These are some pretty good deals on Honda Civic, Insight, CRZ, as well as the Toyota Prius. http://www.fasttrackleasing.com/specials.htm
03-07-2012 03:36 AM #15
They normally do not go over
They normally do not go over 35 miles per hour when driven on battery alone.
03-15-2012 04:49 PM #16
that were in the top 50 MPG
that were in the top 50 MPG ... 8 to be exact. Think about that ... in 16 years of cars, 1989, the OLDEST OF THOSE YEARS has more cars in the top 50 MPG than ANY OTHER YEAR AFTERWARDS ... TuxNews