A New Eco-Friendly Site: Cheapism

- August 17, 2012

The Toy­ota Prius C doesn’t exact­ly impress experts, but the bot­tom line is it’s one of the cheap­est hybrids avail­able, accord­ing to a web­site that checks out “cheap”.

Find out “Cheapism’s” top picks for afford­able hybrids – all des­ig­nat­ed Top Safe­ty Picks by the Insur­ance Insti­tute for High­way Safe­ty.

  • The (start­ing at $25,990) out­does oth­er hybrid sedan under $26,000 with its per­for­mance and com­fort, accord­ing to reviews, and with fuel effi­cien­cy of 43 miles per gal­lon in the city and 41 mpg on the high­way.
  • The (start­ing at $18,950) doesn’t exact­ly impress experts with the way it dri­ves, but the bot­tom line is it’s one of the cheap­est hybrids avail­able and offers an almost unsur­passed 53 mpg city/46 mpg high­way.
  • The (start­ing at $25,700) stands out for its flu­id styling, prompt­ing mul­ti­ple review­ers to call it the best-look­ing car in its class. Even the base mod­el includes plen­ty of bells and whis­tles.
  • The (start­ing at $25,850), like the Opti­ma, gets 35 mpg city/40 mpg high­way and comes with extra fea­tures such as a pow­er dri­vers seat and heat­ed mir­rors.

 

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