As Hybrid Buses Get Cheaper, More Cities Put Them Into Service

New York has put into service nearly 1,000 hybrid-diesel buses.

Published: 22-Oct-2009

IF you wonder whether hybrid-electric vehicles will ever catch on, simply ask one of the millions of people who ride in them every day.

Hybrid-electric buses, that is.

Transit systems from New York to Taipei, and from Ames, Iowa, to Ann Arbor, Mich., are adding hybrid buses at a rapid clip. New York, by far, has the nation’s biggest fleet of hybrid buses, which run on electricity and diesel fuel, with nearly 1,000 in all five boroughs, most in Manhattan.


Mahindra Bolero will now be available with a micro-hybrid auto stop-start system.

The price difference between vehicles equipped with micro-hybrid technology and the regular vehicles is between $85 and $89

2009 Saturn Vue Hybrid

Given the lighter weight of the Vue 2, the Examiner expects an EPA mileage rating of not less 28/28 mpg city/highway.

2009 Ford Fusion is among most reliable US-manufactured vehicles according to Consumer Reports

Ford's three nameplates - Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury - lead the domestic automakers and continue to pull away from the rest of Detroit.


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