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While Toyota is confident the market wants hybrids and not sports cars, and Honda is hyping the low price of the new Insight in the UK, not all is smooth in hybrid land, especially for those that plug in. To wit: these disappointing results from converted PHEV Priuses in Seattle.
- Disappointing results - just 51 mpg - for converted PHEV Priuses in Seattle
- U.S. hybrid price war preview: Insight takes lowest hybrid price crown in UK
- Toyota: Market wants hybrids, not sportscars
- Ford Transit Connect EPA numbers come in above expectations, 22/25 mpg
- UL changes tune, will allow E15 in UL87 pumps
- eBay Find of the day: Aftermarket Toyota RAV4 EV w/Li-Ion battery
- VIDEO: New Holland rolls out fuel cell tractor
- Japanese market to get Mercedes S400 BlueHybrid in October
- Alfa Romeo launching a frugal Mi.To version with a sub-€10,000 price tag
- Johnson Controls boss confident in li-ion tech, worries about supply base
- Saab improves efficiency of 9-3 diesel, now up to 44.4 mpg (U.S.)
- Transportation Secretary's mileage tax idea never leaves the ground
- VIDEO: Awesome Mobility ReCharge concept is awesome!
- 16 VW's Passat Lingyu fuel cell vehicles finally make it to the U.S.
- Eric Bana offsets carbon emissions of new film, "Love the Beast"
- Luxurious and green: Europe's (relatively) low-CO2 luxury sedans