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Lexus Is Pretty Confident Buyers Will Go Green If They Don’t Have to Pay the Price
As we told you last fall, Lexus took a hatchet to the price of its hybrid NX crossover for 2018, greatly narrowing the gap between it and its NX300 sibling. The model’s entry price fell by more than $2,000, essentially making the hybrid powertrain a $950 option on an all-wheel drive NX. It’s not a strategy […] The post Lexus Is Pretty Confident Buyers Will Go Green If They Don’t Have to Pay the Price appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

2018 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Gets a Possible Mileage Boost; Plug-in Is Just Happy for the New Face
Hold on a minute, you’re thinking — you’re pretty sure you’ve seen this vehicle before. Yes, you have, as the conventional gas-powered 2018 Hyundai Sonata went on sale last summer with a revamped face, tail, and assorted other goodies. What didn’t launch alongside the refreshed midsize sedan was its hybrid and plug-in hybrid siblings, which […] The post 2018 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Gets a Possible Mileage Boost; Plug-in Is Just Happy for the New Face appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

Why Bring Back the Insight? Because a Hybrid Civic Just Isn’t Done
Honda raised a few eyebrows by announcing the return of the Insight hybrid for 2019, this time as a larger and plusher four-door sedan. While the model holds the title of America’s first hybrid car, its groundbreaking status didn’t carry over into the model’s second generation, which, despite selling better than the two-seater first-gen model, […] The post Why Bring Back the Insight? Because a Hybrid Civic Just Isn’t Done appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

Europe’s Growing Distaste for Diesel Is Great News for Hybrids – and an Opportunity for Toyota
In the first half of last year, the number of new vehicles sold in Europe with a diesel engine under the hood (or bonnet, depending on your port of call) fell below that of gasoline-powered vehicles. Spurred on by various tax incentives aimed at boosting national fuel economy, diesel’s popularity hit a high water mark […] The post Europe’s Growing Distaste for Diesel Is Great News for Hybrids – and an Opportunity for Toyota appeared first on The Truth About Cars.

2019 Honda Insight: America’s Oldest Hybrid Climbs the Social Ladder
Third time’s a charm, they say, and Honda surely hopes it’s true. As the third iteration of the on-again, off-again dedicated hybrid model, the newly enlarged 2019 Honda Insight is putting on airs and climbing up from the bottom of the automaker’s model lineup. For the coming model year, the reintroduced Insight will occupy the […] The post 2019 Honda Insight: America’s Oldest Hybrid Climbs the Social Ladder appeared first on The Truth About Cars.


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