When it comes to deciding whether or not to purchase a hybrid, I personally think it’s relative to what kind of car you are currently driving and how much the switch will save you. For instance, if you’re driving a vehicle that only gives you 20 miles per gallon on the highway, the extra cost of buying a hybrid that gives 40 MPG on the highway will pay for itself in no time. But if you’re already driving something that has decent fuel economy (30-35 MPG highway), it will take longer to pay off that extra cost. I hope this makes sense!
If you’re looking for some numbers, this page says that a 2010 Toyota Prius gives 48 MPG on the highway, which amounts to an average annual cost of $816 for fuel.
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