Can't Bring Back $2 Gas? Then Bring On the Hybrids
Setting aside their environmental cred, are hybrids, diesels and electric vehicles actually wallet-friendly? Prices on hybrids run about $3,300 higher on average than stickers on their gas-engine siblings.
The diesel difference is about $2,800 more. And the two electric vehicles on the market -- the Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf -- are each more than $18,000 pricier than their closest gas-engine match.
But the long-term ownership costs are the real measure of whether buying green is worth it.
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