There are a whole lot of misconceptions out there about hybrid cars and maybe some of them are keeping you from seriously considering one. Here are five common -- and, we must admit -- tired excuses for waiting to buy a hybrid.
Though all hybrid vehicles reduce gas consumption and get great mileage, they donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t all have the same types of engine. Let's take a look at some of the different technologies that make hybrids run.
You probably know that a hybrid car uses both a gasoline engine and an electric motor. But greater complexity often translates into less efficiency. So how does this combination of power sources actually cut fuel use?
Electric car charging networks are operational in several parts of the world. However, they're mainly for demonstration only, at this point. When might a charging network be available in your neighborhood?
Most people know gasoline-powered hybrid cars provide fantastic fuel economy. When you consider that the newest diesel engines are cleaner, more powerful and reliable, wouldn't it be great if an automaker built a diesel hybrid?
With consumers hungering for fuel-efficient hybrids, carmakers are pumping up their models' green reputations -- sometimes to the point of greenwashing. Could the greenest thing about your hybrid be its color?
From current popular models to concept cars, our electric car image gallery features an assortment of zero-emission electric cars. Check out some of the coolest-looking, eco-friendly electric cars here.
Hybrid cars have evolved from a new eco-friendly technology to near mainstream status. Take a look at a wide variety of hybrid cars and see what makes them so special. Check out hybrid car image gallery.
Think your hybrid car only helps you save money at the pump? Your vehicle can also give you another break a tax break. Here's what you need to know about the IRS' new-for-2006 "Alternative Motor Vehicle Credit."