You definitely save money on gas. Hybrids use less gas, therefore you’ll be filling up less – instant savings. However, some hybrids cost so much to buy that you start off in the hole by several thousand dollars, so the gas money you’re saving (probably $400-$700 a year) will take a few years to offset the initial hit you’ll take when you buy the hybrid vehicle. That being said, newer hybrids are being sold at prices relatively similar to the prices of non-hybrid equivalent vehicles. In this case, the hundreds per year you save on gas are automatically helping your bottom line.
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