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  • Nissan Buzz: Future Cars



    Nissan Motors continues to make important strides in becoming one of the highest quality automakers on the scene in North America today. Long living in the shadow of Japanese stalwarts Honda and Toyota, Nissan is fighting back with a series of new


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  • 2007 Toyota Camry: A Hybrid For A Leader



    Toyota has a couple of big things in store for the Camry when the 2007 model year version of the car rolls out this coming summer: a complete redesign and the availability of a hybrid engine. Already the best selling car in America, the Camry


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  • Breaking Down The Hybrid Car Manufacturers



    Hybrid automobiles are becoming more and more popular as gas prices continue an upward climb. Hybrid car manufacturers are producing hybrid versions of their most popular models in addition to hybrid-only models such as the Honda Insight and Toyota


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Hybrid Car Acronyms and Definitions:
  • TC - Acronym which means Trip Computer which is a feature available on NAVI equipped Honda Accords.
  • ECO - The Accord Hybrid's 3-cylinder mode of operation.
  • Hybrid Vehicle - uses multiple propulsion systems to provide motive power. This most commonly refers to gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles, which use gasoline (petrol) and electric batteries for the energy used to power internal-combustion engines (ICEs) and electric motors.
  • Prius - Toyota's flagship hybrid car, which originally debuted in Japan in 1997. The name 'Prius' is Latin, and means 'to go before'.
  • ULEV - Acronym which means Ultra Low Emission Vehicles. ULEVs are 50% cleaner than the average new 2003 model year car.

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