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At least half of these cars are $100k plus, and all but one is over $40-$50k. That just about puts this entire list out of reach for a lot of people. The one cheap one is a redo from the 80s and 90s. Which ironically wasn't billed a hybrid or anything special but still got 20 more mpg than this one. I knew lots of people that had CRXs back then and they all got consistently got over 45 mpg, most of them got over 50 mpg.
really, a honda that gets 34 mpg? wow. how underwhelming. all hondas have sporting intentions, you should have included the accord hybrid. oh wait, the RLX is...nevermind.
Electric cars will never be mass marketable until they can go further than 100miles w/o needing a charge and for a price equivalent to a gas model. The Hybrid is a nice idea, as a go between, but it's still not what the average person wants.
These cars might be fun to look at, but the average car buyer can't afford them.