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Pros and Cons of Driving a Hybrid

Should I Buy a Hybrid Car?

If you’re like most Americans, you’re probably not overly fond of the rising cost of fuel. As drivers everywhere start searching for ways to offset these costs, hybrid vehicles come to mind. So, should you buy a hybrid car? We’ll guide you through a few pros and cons of hybrids below.

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First and foremost, hybrids will often double your fuel efficiency depending on what model you buy. This makes the cost of fuel less of a factor, as you’ll be making less stops art the fuel pump. Additionally, you wont have to worry about sacrificing those MPGs in the city. In fact, hybrids typically get better fuel efficiency in the city than on the highway.

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The primary reason some people steer away from hybrids is the cost. As fuel prices rise, so does the demand for hybrids and, by association, so does their cost. For larger families, hybrids aren’t as much of an option as very few automakers offer three-row seating hybrids. Maintenance can be a hassle as well, since not all auto body shops are as experienced or well-equipped to fix them when you bring them in.

While there are some cons to owning a hybrid, the same goes for any type of vehicle. If you’re trying to save money on fuel or just want to do a favor for Mother Nature, a hybrid will be a good choice. Get in touch with the team here at Porsche of Colorado Springs to learn more!