I have been wondering if hybrids really save any money. The last time that I filled my tank, I calculated that I got 25 mile/gallon on my 93 Nissan Sentra, and that in city driving, with me driving aggressively with the flow of traffic. I am sure that I could easily get 30 miles a gallon in city driving.
A bureau cheif for the Wall Street Journal did the calculations, and determined that you will not be able to recover the extra cost of the hybrid in gas savings or in government subsidies.
I would claim if you want to save money and save gas, you should buy a older 4 cylinder engine. If you did that, you could uses some of the money that you saved, and add the extra features that you would get factory installed in the newer cars.
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