Australian motoring site CARSguide has done a round-up of affordable, practical and economical vehicle options on the local market. Looking at sub-$40,000 transport, their complete list of criteria in weighing up the models was:
Local and individual factors – driving conditions, cost of fuel and a car’s original sticker price – can change the economics of buying a hybrid. Not too long ago, we had Consumer Reports tell us hybrids were not good for the bank account in the long run, then Walter McManus over at Hybrid Cars recalculated some numbers and now believes that many hybrids pay off handsomely. In Australia, though, CarsGuide is warning people away form hybrids, saying it will take 100 years of dri
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