Posts Tagged “Hybrid”
The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is nothing short of ground breaking. It’s got all of the things expected of a top-shelf, modern minivan with oodles of interior comfort, plenty of seating space, easy-access through sliding doors, and more. It’s also got a plug-in hybrid powertrain that achieves 84 mpg. It’s hard to ignore that. Read more…
The 2018 Lexus LS flagship sedan will soon enter showrooms in the US. To go with that, Lexus has detailed the hybrid model’s specifications as well as some trim level and price point notes. The longer, lower new sedan is the pinnacle of the Lexus offerings and we’ve been waiting for it since the Detroit…
We drove both the standard Rogue and the Rogue Hybrid for the 2017 model year and were impressed at the extra efficiency and drive dynamics that ,200 in price difference brings to the Hybrid model. This is possibly the best Rogue yet. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
The Chrysler Pacifica is the newest minivan on the market, introduced for this model year as an all-new model to replace Fiat-Chrysler’s best-selling vans. The Pacifica Hybrid is an option that surprises on several fronts … not the least of which is that it’s a plug-in hybrid minivan. Read the review on NewAtlas.com.
Acura’s 2018 RLX is meant to reflect the automotive brand’s new design direction through the company’s flagship sports sedan. The 2018 RLX will make its public debut at the upcoming Monterey Automotive Week in California on August 15-19, showcasing the complete redesign of the vehicle. Read more at NewAtlas.com.
How does Nissan’s hybrid model for the Rogue perform? We used it as a family hauler for a week to see if the fuel economy benefits stack up, and how it drives compared to the deadpan standard gasoline model. Read the review at NewAtlas.com
With Toyota products, the hybrid option is almost always the better one. That’s definitely true with the Camry midsize sedan, which is much better to drive and has far superior fuel economy with the hybrid drivetrain. The Camry Hybrid is largely unchanged for 2017. Read the review at FutureCars.com.