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May 8, 2011 2:32PM
@Mtkid stop your bellyaching and get a job. First you bitch that the rich drive SUV's and now that the rich are getting responsible you bitch about tax breaks.
May 8, 2011 3:20PM
Let's see now....do I want to spend $29,000 on a brand new Hybrid Lexus?...Or do I want to spend $40,000 on a GM (Government Maintained) Voltage??....D U H!!
May 8, 2011 8:54PM
Why was the Honda CR-Z Sport hybrid not included on the list? Very cool car for about $22k........
May 16, 2011 10:15AM
Well Klaus, apparently your unfamiliar with hybrid tech.. For instead Hyundai's sonata electric engine will work at an speed- Due to a single transmission for both motors. It's regenerated with decelerating or braking. Which leads me to suggest that the author dropped the ball by not including it in this list. Not just this article, but their last previous article as well. Hyundai and LG chem. also developed the first polymer lith. battery used in the sonata. Also, Klaus, hybrids ring fuel consumption and emissions down...it doesn't drive anything up.
Aug 16, 2011 6:15PM
Mtkid, maybe you can get a tax break for the moped you ride to work. Then you will be just like the "RICH" folks you hate.
May 8, 2011 6:41PM
I looked all five of the "sexy and smart hybrids" and could not help going LOL. Pardon me, but I do not see how they can be called "sexy," or "smart." Only a fool will think he or she is going to save money driving any of the monstrosities!
May 8, 2011 1:59PM
Looks like the rich will get another break. Buy a hybrid and pay even less taxes due to current taxes on fuel and none on mileage. Same thing as when the first diesels came out and people were using untaxed farm fuel.
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