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Try to Compare Each and Every Hybrid Car with One Another Before Choosing


Over the past four to five years, there has been much discussion about Hybrid Cars and the many benefits they offer. Their popularity has been compounded by surging gas prices and environmental concerns. Hybrid Cars seem to be the solution to both. Using a Hybrid car contributes less to air pollution, and they require less fuel, resulting in significant savings. Additionally, many states offer tax credits for purchasing hybrid vehicles.


As a result, hybrid car sales have increased sharply, and more car manufacturers are entering the hybrid vehicle market with their own versions. With numerous options available, those planning to buy a hybrid car must compare them to find the one that suits their needs.


Two of the top hybrid car manufacturers are Japanese giants Toyota and Honda. They are credited with producing many innovations in hybrid technology, and their hybrid cars are the most acclaimed, sought-after, and awarded hybrid vehicles today.


Here, we will compare the hybrid cars they offer for 2007, including the Honda Accord Hybrid, Honda Civic Hybrid, Lexus GS 450H, Toyota Camry Hybrid, and Toyota Prius. 


Their fuel efficiency can be compared based on their average consumption per mile in different situations, such as City Driving (where traffic is constantly stopping), Highway Driving (where the engine can operate freely at maximum level), and their combined average usage.


Miles Per Gallon - Average Miles Used Per Gallon of Fuel:


  • Honda Accord Hybrid - 28 MPG (city), 35 MPG (highway), and 31 MPG (combined average)

  • Honda Civic - 49 MPG (city), 51 MPG (road), and 50 MPG (combined average)

  • Lexus GS 450H - 25 MPG (city), 28 MPG (highway), and 26 MPG (combined average)

  • Toyota Camry Hybrid - 40 MPG (city), 38 MPG (highway), and 39 MPG (combined average)

  • Toyota Prius - 60 MPG (city), 51 MPG (highway), and 55 MPG (combined average)


However, before choosing the one with the highest MPG average, other aspects must be considered and compared. This includes the fuel type. All of these vehicles use regular gasoline except for the Lexus, which uses premium gasoline that is pricier.


Additionally, the size class of each hybrid car and their engine size and liters must be compared. The Accord Hybrid is a midsize car with a 3-liter, 6-cylinder engine. The Civic Hybrid is a compact car with a 1.3-liter, 4-cylinder engine. The Lexus is another compact car with a 3.5-liter, 6-cylinder engine. The Camry Hybrid is a midsize sedan equipped with a 2.4-liter, 4-cylinder engine, and the Toyota Prius is a compact car with a 1.5-liter, 4-cylinder engine. The more powerful the engine, the more fuel it will consume.


Considering these aspects is necessary when comparing hybrid cars. It is essential to understand why there are differences before purchasing a hybrid car. Therefore, before purchasing, compare and conduct research to find the hybrid car that best suits your needs and personality.


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