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2018 Kia Niro Burns Toyota Prius in IIHS Crash Tests (Well, Sorta)
Getting high fuel economy in a small hatchback doesn't mean you have to give up safety. The 2018 Kia Niro hybrid small wagon — with key extra-cost equipment — has ... Read more
What's the Difference Between a Hybrid and a Plug-In Hybrid?
The difference between a plug-in hybrid vehicle and a conventional hybrid is quite simple: The former can be connected to an outside electrical source for charging its battery, and ... Read more
2018 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid: Real-World Fuel Economy
Hyundai's Ioniq popped onto the scene to challenge the Toyota Prius right at a time when people began losing interest in cars versus crossovers, and hybrids in general. When it ... Read more
208,000 miles and still going
This wasn't the best looking car but the mpg is why we bought it. It has a lot of cargo space and can fit a 10 foot surfboard inside if you take down the head rest on the passenger seat. The problems: ... Read full review
Good long-lasting low cost of ownership car!
The Prius is VERY reliable and inexpensive to own. In 150,000 miles there was little maintenance (total for 12 years of less than $2,000 TOTAL). Read full review