With the price of gas these days, its no wonder so many consumers are turning in their gas guzzling SUVs and cross-overs, and turning to the hybrid models which are coming out in abundance, and from all manufacturers in the industry today. Whether you are looking to save at the pump, get a great tax incentive for purchasing a “green” vehicle, or you really are a “green” consumer, who is trying to help save our ozone, then turning towards a hybrid vehicle is one way to do the job. Hybrids are becoming more and more popular in the industry, and more and more manufacturers are jumping onto the hybrid bandwagon.
With so many different models to choose from, including manufacturers developing hybrid SUVs, crossovers, hybrid sedans, hyrbrid trucks, there are so many choices for all consumers on the market today. So, when looking for the best 2011 hybrid vehicles on the market, where should a consumer turn for the best pricing, most reliable vehicles, newest models, and obviously, best fuel efficiency ratings. So, here is a list of the top 2011 hybrid vehicles which have been introduced, and which most consumers have been flocking to buy on the market this year.
First is the 2011 Toyota Prius. Toyota has always had fuel efficient vehicles, but the Prius really pushes the boundaries. The Prius is a compact sedan, with a base sticker price of $23,810. The vehicle gets a combined 49.6 MPG, which trumps above competitors, and has made the Prius one of the most widely sold hybrids in the US, and overseas, for about five years now. For 15,000 miles drive, it only takes 302 gallons of gas to fuel. Consumers can expect to save many trips to the gas station, and feel free to drive, no matter what the distance they have to travel. With great safety features, excellent interior and exterior add-ons, and a manufacturer which is trusted around the world, the Prius is a great buy for all consumers.
Another great 2011 model is the 2011 Lexus CT 200h hybrid. This compact luxury sedan comes in at a base sticker price of $29,995 due to the luxurious features, and the Lexus name. The vehicle gets a combined 41.6 MPG, which is excellent fuel mileage for Lexus. The vehicle will burn approximately 361 gallons for 15,000 miles drive. With the luxurious name and prestige which the Lexus name brings, this is a great way to save on fuel, and still have luxury.
The next model is the 2011 Honda Insight. The manufacturer has recently been gaining ground in 2011, due to so many new hybrid models being introduced, across the entire Honda family; from sedans to larger vehicles. The Insight is a compact sedan, and comes is at a base price of only $18,950, which is extremely low priced for hybrids on the market. The Insight also gets 41.6 MPG combined, and 361 gallons, to fuel 15,000 miles. The vehicle has recently been coming up in sales, due to the low sticker price, and the great gas mileage.
A couple other notable contendors are the 2011 Honda Civic Hybrid which gets 41.3 MPG combined, and the 2011 Chevrolet Volt getting 37.1 MPG combined. No matter which hybrid you choose, consumers can get ready to drive, and skip the gas pump alot more often.