Fewer Hybrid Vehicles Keep A Cost-Saving Edge

Posted on October 31, 2014
Gasoline-electric hybrids are losing their competitive edge over ther gasoline counterparts due to falling fuel prices and more efficient internal combustion engines, according to a five-year owner cost analysis by Vincentric.

Automotive Fleet Magazine article here

Related Topics: Fleet Vehicles, green vehicles, hybrid vehicles, Toyota, Toyota Avalon

Comments ( 1 )
  • Glen

     | about 6 years ago

    I just wish that the US carmakers would start exploring the clean diesel option that many parts of the world now are using. Europe is over 50% diesel, South America, with the exception of Brazil, has a high percentage of diesel cars and light trucks. The emissions are lower than gasoline, and provide a significant improvement in fuel economy.

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