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Hybrid Vehicles

Cars that use gas and electric motors typically get better mileage than their gas counterparts. Hybrid vehicles include the Toyota Prius, Ford Escape Hybrid and Chevy Tahoe Hybrid. Prices range from $22,000 to $104,000.
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Cars that use gas and electric motors typically get better mileage than their gas counterparts. Hybrid vehicles include the Toyota Prius, Ford Escape Hybrid and Chevy Tahoe Hybrid. Prices range from $22,000 to $104,000.
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