Senators and news anchors say American car companies aren't making fuel-efficient cars that people want to buy. They're wrong. The 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid is a serious fuel miser that's neither boring to behold nor dull to drive. he Ford Fusion Hybrid utilizes...read more
Fuel economy is excellent for the class, ranking 1st out of 12 midsize cars from 2009 with a combined rating of up to 26 miles per gallon. Safety scores are great, with a perfect 5-star rating in government crash tests. The technology found in the 2009 Nissan ...read more
Goldilocks says The 2015 Nissan Altima is just right for a family sedan. You want fuel economy? The C class leads the pack! Power? Even the base four zips to 60 mph in less than 8 seconds. Driving dynamics? The ride is quiet and refined, yet the Altima's still...read more
WE CALL THIS ONE THE BATMOBILE II IF BAT MAN NEEDED A 2nd CAR THIS WOULD BE IT!!! Under the hood, the 2016 Nissan Maxima features a familiar 3.5-liter V6, but was updated in 2016 to produce 300 horsepower just 65 horsepower shy of the 2014 Maserati Ghibli!!! I...read more
Fuel economy is the main reason people buy the Prius - the four-door hatchback has an EPA rating of 51/48 mpg city/highway. Its aerodynamic wedge shape and refined powertrain were optimized maximize efficiency and allow the car to remain a benchmark. This rare...read more
For the past decade, the Toyota Prius has dominated the hybrid car segment. In its early years, the Prius faced little competition, but these days there are plenty of compact and midsize hybrids in this price range. The fact that Toyota's iconic hybrid hatchba...read more
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