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Is There A More Fuel-Efficient Car Than The Hybrid?

With all of the cars that are on the market, you may be thinking that there must be a car you haven't discovered yet. You've heard of convertibles, Mazdas, Fords, and Buicks. And, you being an educated car-buyer, know all about hybrid cars, too. But surely, you think to yourself, there must be a more fuel-efficient car than a hybrid. If only you could find it. This car that you believe is more fuel-efficient than a hybrid car, must be hidden in the back of a dealership behind the red, green, and yellow cars.

It must be stuck between a big SUV and a van somewhere. And what does it take to fuel this car? You don't know the answer to that question. You barely know if this type of car exists. But there just has to be something out there better than a hybrid car. You insist that it's true.

Well, there are a few choices for you. You could be thinking that a very small conventional car is more fuel-efficient than a hybrid car. You could be thinking that an electric car is better than a hybrid car. You could also be thinking that the dealership employees must have some cars in the back that they are creating on the spot that run on anything but gasoline and batteries. These cars, you think to yourself, would be better buys than hybrid cars. Well, electric cars don't get better fuel-efficiency than hybrid cars mainly because a lot of times electric cars don't even need gas to power them, so you can't even compare electric cars to hybrid cars. A small conventional is definitely not more fuel-efficient than a hybrid car because no conventional car is. And there are not any just-made cars sitting in the back somewhere. Car dealerships don't make cars. They sell them.

But the final answer to the question is the new fuel-economy numbers that have been issued by the EPA. Those numbers conclude that the most fuel-efficient cars available to the public when looking at 2008 models are hybrid cars. Just the Toyota Prius as an example has a combined highway or city mileage of 46. This and other hybrid cars have overcome the 40 miles per gallon mark. So, it looks like there are no new discoveries to be made at the auto dealer. And that's a good thing. You wouldn't want to be outdone by the Joneses because you thought you bought a great car, but you saw that they had a better, more fuel-efficient one. Nope, that's not going to be you. Now you are armed with the knowledge that hybrid cars are the most fuel-efficient cars around and until automakers start to come up with more ideas, a hybrid car is what you have to work with. However, advancements in fuel-efficient cars are on the horizon.

Auto manufacturers are working on plug-in hybrids, battery-electric cars, and gas-engine systems that are more efficient. So look out, your dream car is coming soon. But if for now, you just buy a hybrid, you won't regret it. .


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