Hybrid/Electric vehicles vs. gasoline powered cars.?

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  • Hybrid/Electric vehicles vs. gasoline powered cars.?


Answer #1 | 07/12 2013 17:02
Depends om how you use it. I drive a 1991 Sentra around town. If I don't use the A/C, it gets around 25/26 mpg. I inherited it, and will run it into the ground. A family member has a 2009 Ford Escape - and most of the time, rarely goes over 45 doing errands. It gets great mileage. IDK the battery situation for that model. There is now a movement to tax people by their mileage, as with the increasing use of fuel efficient autos, there are less gasoline taxes to share
Answer #2 | 07/12 2013 17:20
Hybrids dont use alot of fuel especially if your only driving in the city. If your environmentally conscious the hybrids are almost as bad as gasoline cars due to their batteries. if the lease includes batteries it maybe a better choice, but if you are looking to buy the gasoline engine is a better choice less maintenance. it really depends on what your doing and where you have to drive.

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