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Hybrid cars are absolutely a breed of their own. They are designed specifically for maximum fuel efficiency and low emissions. Hence, they are car types that not only enable you to cut down on fuel consumption but also allow you to do your part in protecting the environment.

There are a lot of hybrid car models out in the market today. In fact, most major car manufacturers have their own original or enhanced version of a hybrid car. Honda, for example has the Honda Insight, Honda Civic Hybrid and the Honda Accord Hybrid. Toyota has the Toyota Prius, Toyota Highlander Hybrid or the Toyota Camri Hybrid. Nissan has the Altima Hybrid. Those are just a few of the popular hybrid models. But here you can also see the committed drive of car manufacturers in saving the environment in their quest to constantly develop their hybrid models to adapt to modern needs.

Hybrid cars give you better gas mileage by leveraging the power of gasoline and electricity. It captures energy while the car is going and stores it in the batteries for later use. When the hybrid vehicle is at a stop, it can automatically shut off the gasoline engine. Hybrids are also lightweight and lighter vehicles use up less energy. In addition, by lessening the amount of fuel that the car uses up, the hybrid consequentially limits the amount of harmful exhaust emissions given off, thereby causing less pollution to the atmosphere.

Whatever the brand and version, there is absolutely one hybrid model that will suit the budget and needs of the selective consumer who wants to go green and make a difference through the car he uses.

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