It’s the age of efficiency. Drivers demand more than high speeds and high style. They also crave economy, with every drop of fuel meant to generate an excess of miles, performance, and precision. Hybrid technology dominates.
The quest for domination, however, leaves many consumers concerned. How can they afford the latest tech advances and engine improvements? How can they access lithium-ion power? New cars promise hefty costs.
Used cars, though, don’t. Instead they deliver all of the electric-gas advantages without the sticker shock.
Don’t believe us? Check out this list of the best (and most affordable) used hybrid options, as provided by U.S. News:
10. 2010 Honda Insight
9. 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid
8. 2012 Honda CR-Z
7. 2009 Nissan Altima Hybrid
6. 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid
5. 2011 Honda Insight
4. 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid
3. 2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid
2. 2010 Toyota Prius
1. 2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid
The history of hybrid vehicles is steeped in innovation. The present, however, is steeped in savings - with used cars promising both efficiency and dealer-wide discounts.
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