The 2011 Nissan Leaf is the first all-electric car released in the US. Its range is 100 miles, and it emits 0 tons of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) annually. Its annual charging cost is $561, and it takes 30 minutes to charge the car to 80% fullness. Batteries have very long warranties, leading to little waste, and it costs little to nothing to maintain, since it does not require oil changes. The 2011 Tesla Roadster is also an electric car on the market, but it comes at a hefty pricetag. If you’re looking for a vehicle that uses both electricity and gasoline, then the Chevrolet Volt is a good bet in efficiency. It can go 93 miles on an electric charge, and 37 per gallon on gasoline. It’s actually been named the 2011 North American Car of the Year. Follow the link below for a slideshow of the greenest cars of 2011.
The Ford Fusion Hybrid is a midsized sedan that gets almost 40 mpg. The Honda Insight gets 41 mpg and with its $24,000 price tag and being fully loaded with features, it is more inexpensive than other hybrids.
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