Hybrids are the most gas effecient cars, with 48-60 mpg. However, they’re only about 20%-30% more efficient than a fuel efficient gas powered vehicle–like the Honda Civic, for example, which gets 36 mpg, but costs $5,000-$11,000 less than the average hybrid. Over a ten year period, an owner of a hybrid will have only saved about $2,300 in gas, not even coming close to making up for the initial cost of the car.
Environmentally speaking, however, hybrids are the way to go. They cut emissions by 25%-35%, which even the most fuel efficient cares can’t claim to do.
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