Sep 20, 2010

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Update

Since consumer auto transportation gobbles up to 35% of oil demand we are vigilant that a larger offering of Alternative Fuel Vehicles can only help us change from what the great Oil Man GW Bush called "Our addiction to oil"


Heres a table from Solar Today that shows what's soon to be out there for you

 
Efficient Cars for 2010
Price US$
Manufacturer Model curb mpg mpg not including
weight city hiway credits,
subsidies
Electric vehicles
THiNK City 2011 2300 30,000
Mitsubishi i-MIEV 2011 2431 30,000
Ford Transit Connect EV 4000 30,000
Nissan Leaf 2011 3400 32,780
Coda Coda 3660 40,000
Tesla Model S 2012 3825 57,400
Tesla Roadster 2690   110,000
Hybrid vehicles
BYD F3DM 3439 350 40  25,000
Honda Insight 2010 2723 40 43  19,800
Toyota Prius 2010 3042 51 48  22,800
Honda Civic Hybrid 2010 2875 40 45  23,800
Honda CR-Z 2011 2800 36 38  23,000
Toyota Prius PHEV 2012 3150 350 48  32,500
Saturn Aura Green Line 3600 22 33  23,000
Ford Fusion Hybrid 2010 3720 41 36  27,270
Hyundai Elantra Blue 3500 26 35  25,000
Toyota Camry Hybrid 2009 3680 33 34  26,150
Nissan Altima Hybrid 2009 3471 35 33  26,650
Chevy Malibu Hybrid 3537 26 34  25,555
Chevy Volt 2011 3300 350 40  40,000
Generic Theoretical PHEV van 5000 350 40  40,000
Toyota Highlander SUV hybrid 4641 27 25  33,000
Generic Theoretical hybrid van 4641 20 25  35,000

Another list appears in Home Power-we will offer that list in another post

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