About six weeks ago, my buddy Tim did a video post about hybrids, and he touched on the point that cars from the early 90′s such as the Honda Civic and Geo Metro could get 50 to 60 miles per gallon, yet today’s hybrids only get about 40 to 50 miles per gallon. What makes these hybrids so special?
Apparently, the media is catching on to this fact. The Los Angeles Times wrote this article about a guy that uses a 1992 Honda Civic and gets 61 miles per gallon!
So, is the hybrid thing a scam? Are they charging thousands of dollars more for a technology that doesn’t improve fuel economy more than 16 year old cars?
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