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A Quick Look On 2006 Hybrid CarsDemand for hybrid cars has sharply grown
over the past three years, as pump prices continue to surge and eating a
considerable part of the household budget.Hybrid cars may not be the
complete solution to rising oil prices but they are very economical, as
they rely more on electricity instead of gas for power. For 2006,
business conditions have remained turbulent.

The current crisis in Israel and Lebanon will likely have an adverse
effect on oil markets given that they are very near the world’s top oil
producers.Other issues that will keep gas prices high include China’s
demand, terrorist attacks on refineries and volatility in stock markets.
Is 2006 finally the right time to jump on the bandwagon for hybrid cars?
For 2006, the top Japanese car makers Honda and Toyota have released an
impressive line of hybrid cars that have been updated to conform with the
demands of the daily driver.The hybrid cars for 2006 promises more power
behind the steering wheel but gas consumption will be comparable to a
child guzzling a bad-tasting cough syrup.

Honda 2006 Accord HybridThe new Accord Hybrid from Honda is 4-door sedan
ideal for families with 2-3 kids. This car comes in two trims and 5-speed
automatic transmission. Overdrive option is standard equipment. For those
that enjoy long and leisurely rides, Honda is offering a Accord Hybrid
equipped with a Navigation system.Both trims are powered by a standard
V6, 3.0-liter, 253-horsepower engine. The Accord Hybrid is capable of 25-
mpg in city driving and 34-mpg in highway driving.The Honda Accord Hybrid
is well suited for the highways and boasts of excellent responsiveness
and outstanding acceleration.

Initial impressionsThe 2006 Honda Accord Hybrid has been criticized for
its disappointing fuel economy but lauded for its outstanding performance
especially in fast-driving. The car battery used in the car is relatively
low in power and supposed does not effectively maximize the hybrid
technology unlike rival models.Some users have also been critical over
the “rough” automatic transmission shifting between gears and poor flawed
synchronization between engine and battery.

Honda 2006 Civic HybridThe new Honda Civic Hybrid is a 4-door sedan ideal
for small families. The vehicle comes in two trims namely the the CVT AT-
PZEV w/ Navigation System and the CVT AT-PZEVA standard I4 1.3-liter 110-
horsepower hybrid engine powers the 2006 Civic Hybrid car. This model has
the capability to run 49-mpg in city driving and 51-mpg in highway
drives.Initial impressionsThe 2006 Civic Hybrid car is a top-notch
performer especially for who are looking for the perfect driving
experience. The interior has been lauded for its attractive lay-out and
design. Gas consumption is exceptional, as delivers near or slightly
above its specifications.

However, the 2006 Civic Hybrid has been criticized more on its ambitious
despite. The digital speedometer is a nice new touch but can be
distracting especially during night drives. The Civic Hybrid only comes
with rear drum brakes, which is disappointing considering that the Civic
has been named car of the year.The hand brake is also placed on odd
location and will be discomforting for those with large thighs. The 2006
Civic Hybrid is a “driver’s car” and will perform best when used in the
highways.2006 Toyota PriusUpdated for 2006, the new Toyota Prius is a 4-
door sedan, ideal for small families. This hybrid car only comes in one
trim has a 4-Door Liftback.The 2006 Toyota Prius is powered with by a
standard I4, 1.5-liter, hybrid engine running 110-horsepower. In city
driving, the Prius can achieve 60-mpg and 51-mpg in highway driving.

Initial impressionsThe Prius features a spacious interior that can easily
fit small families. Ideal for pedestrian drivers but those conscious with
performance should stay away, as acceleration is slow. In addition,
consumers have also been disappointed over the inability of the car to
reach its advertised consumption and high price. For those that want to
save the world the Prius is great but look the other way if you want to
save money.

								
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