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As gas prices soar and the environment becomes more and more precious, many people are looking to trade in their gas-guzzling, pollution-spewing standard vehicles for a greener option. And since hybrid cars first came onto the US market in 1999, there is a wide variety of makes and models to choose from.

There is the sleek and compact, 55 mpg used Honda Insight (now discontinued) and the full-size Honda Accord hybrid (no longer in production). You might also consider an extremely popular pre-owned Toyota Prius or Honda Civic hybrid.  Used hybrid versions of the family-friendly Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima, and Lexus GS 450h are harder to find, since they have only been around a short time. With every model year, auto manufactures are making the decision to produce more hybrids and are even expanding their efforts to create hybrid suvs, trucks, and vans. As more consumers recognize the potential savings to both their pocketbook and the environment, the numbers of hybrids on the road will increase.
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With a growing selection of used hybrid cars, expect the prices of these vehicles to drop, saving you even more. In 2009 and 2010, several new hybrid models will be on the market: Kia Rio, Hyundai Sonata and Elantra, Audi A1, Lexus RS400h, and Mercedes-Benz S Class. With all these options, it is the perfect time to get a great deal on a used hybrid car.

For many buyers in the used car market, price and reliability are the two factors that hold them back from considering hybrids. However, nearly ten years into the mainstream hybrid game, consumers are seeing prices fall and quality rise above and beyond what they are used to with standard vehicles. So, before you discount buying a used hybrid suv or car, do your research; find a reputable place to buy a late model hybrid, learn about repairs on used hybrid cars, and read reviews on used hybrid cars.

Of course, one of the biggest factors drawing buyers to used hybrid vehicles is their desire to save our planet. By buying a preowned green automobile, you are not only going to be using less fuel and producing less toxic pollution, you’ll also be saving an advanced piece of machinery from the scrap heap. As has been the saying for many years, you’ll be “reducing, reusing, and recycling!” Anytime you save anything from the trash, you do the planet a big favor and cars are no exception. Buying used means that fewer resources are used to make you a shiny, slick new car and less waste in the landfill. It’s a win-win.

In 2012, more hybrid cars hit the market and 2013 looks to deliver much of the same. If you are in the market for a used hybrid car, your options grow every month. And with higher resale values, you can hardly go wrong.

Following hybrids will be plug-ins and electrics. Stay tuned and we will also help you with used electric cars.

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