Environmental Issues: Global Warming
All Documents in Global Warming Tagged hybrid vehicles
- Hybrid Values
Find out what makes a hybrid such a good buy, and learn what’s on the market.
- If you're thinking of buying a hybrid, you’re looking at a range of high-tech cars that get great gas mileage, cut polluting emissions and earn you a tax break. Find out what makes a hybrid such a good buy, and learn what’s on the market.
- Plug In for a Greener Future
A new breed of hybrid cars could play a big role in cutting global warming pollution.
- The plug-in hybrid -- a new breed of hybrid that relies more heavily on electricity than gas -- uses bigger, longer-lasting hybrid batteries that can charge overnight on your home's electricity and power cars for up to 40 miles at one go.
Documents Tagged hybrid vehicles in All Sections
- Hybrid Cars Go Mainstream
The New Hybrid Sedans and SUVs
- When gas prices hit four dollars a gallon in 2008, car buyers flocked to hybrids to avoid getting stung at the pumps. But with the downturn of the economy and gas prices, the U.S. auto market has slumped and as a consequence hybrid sales have been flat for the past three years. That's about to change.
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