Saturday, January 3, 2015

Highest Priced Hybrid Vehicles for 2015 (Part 1)

Hybrid vehicles have been coming onto the market each year with upgraded technology that allows them to travel farther, get more from their fuel supply, and offer a ride that is closer to their traditional model siblings.  A hybrid vehicle makes a great choice for anyone concerned about saving fuel at the pump and avoiding the gas stations as much as possible.  This list of great hybrid vehicles are the most expensive offerings for the new 2015 model year to allow owners to enjoy the benefits without an fuss.

Ford Fusion

The Ford Fusion has a great deal of variety in its lineup for power and performance from a very basic daily driver on up to the hybrid and electric models.  The hybrid version of the fusion is found in the same body style as the rest, making it an attractive offering.  This vehicle is very popular in its regular mode, and by offering a hybrid will certainly be popular amongst the crowd that desires a great hybrid vehicle to drive.  This car has a fuel efficiency of 44 city/41 hwy mpg and an MSRP of $32,995.

Chevrolet Volt

The Volt, as its name somewhat suggests, is an all-electric car that includes a backup gas generator.  This allows the Volt to be a great car for city dwellers to enjoy with its 38 mile range in all-electric model or head out on the highway for a longer ride as the generator increases that range to 380 miles.  The Volt is attractive and easy to enjoy with plenty of features and equipment aboard entertaining passengers.  This car offers a 93 MPGe in all-electric mode and a 35 city/40 hwy mpg when using the backup generator.  The Volt comes into this list with an MSRP of $35,170 for owners to drive.

Toyota Prius Plug-in

This version of the Prius offers owners the ability to travel up to 11 miles on all-electric power, which doesn’t sound like much, but it adds up over time.  Anyone who knows they will only have a short ride around town daily might even be able to enjoy only the electric power, but if not there is the hybrid motor aboard as well that help the car maintain its 51 city/49 hwy mpg.  In all-electric mode this Prius is rated at 95 MPGe and shows up on this list with an MSRP of $35,730.

Honda Accord

The Honda Accord in a hybrid mode offers shoppers the ability to purchase on the most popular cars on the market with a reputation for reliability and enjoy the great fuel efficiency offered by a hybrid vehicle.  The Accord is attractive in a classic sedan style that isn’t showy but does offer attractive lines and shapes to enjoy.  The Accord is also known to be easy and fun to drive and the hybrid version does not let owners down in this category at all.  Showing up with a 50 city/45 hwy mpg of fuel efficiency, the Honda Accord hybrid model carries in an MSRP of $35,845.

Lincoln MKZ

The MKZ is a luxury hybrid vehicle that states to the public “why not”.  The “why not” part is in having a hybrid powered luxury car that still offers all the features the MKZ can offer from its gasoline models as well.  Sleek, long, and sophisticated good looks make this one of the most attractive hybrid vehicles on the road today and a great choice for anyone shopping the luxury market.  The MKZ offers owners a 41 city/39 hwy mpg and comes into this list with an MSRP of $36,085.

With five fantastic hybrid sedans to choose from a shopper couldn’t go wrong with this group.  Whether it’s a luxury offering, a popular model, or the highest rated hybrid technology on the road, one or more of these cars offers the ability and features that almost any shopper will enjoy.

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