Cars.com Finds Best Hybrids for the Money

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 Yes, hybrids can potentially save you a lot of money in fuel costs, but those batteries don’t come cheap. That’s why Cars.com has devised a formula to measure just how much money you stand to save by going hybrid. In other words, which hybrids really do get the most bang for their buck? Cars.com reviewer Joe Wiesenfelder divides city and highway mileage by a vehicle’s base MSRP to give you an idea of what kind of savings are possible.

Best Hybrids for the Money (Cars.com)

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