WegoWise's Friday Links: All About Energy Efficient Cars
For all you car lovers out there, today WegoWise has the perfect topic lined up for you! Our team has picked 5 energy efficient cars to show you guys! These cars not only look great, but their performances matches up as well. So if you’re looking for a car that’s going to save you gas and save the environment, you have plenty of options right below!
1. 2013 Infiniti M35h
Infiniti has joined the hybrid group, they released a car that is not only appealing but with phenomenal functions. We must add that this car does help you out by providing 27/32-mpg city/highway. Let’s just say, it’s not your typical hybrid car.
Read more on this car: http://blogs.cars.com/kickingtires/2013/07/-2013-infiniti-m35h-test-car-gallery.html
2. BMW Electric i3
Luxury car and sustainable? Yes! That’s the BMW Electric i3. This car is part of BMW’s i program which aims to provide an emission free way to drive and is great for those living in the city. Its size will help navigate through any small road or get into those tight side parking spots. Better yet, this car charges to about 80% in 20 minutes or so!
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3. Nissan Leaf
The Nissan Leaf is making a hit than it did when it first came out. Sales have increased for them rapidly; about an additional 2,000 cars per month. That’s insane! But that’s not it; Nissan is providing charging stations where any owner can quickly charge their car at a close by dealership.
4. 2013 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid
Hyundai didn’t do so well in the past with their previous hybrid cars, but now they’re back in the game. The new hybrid model is a sedan that provides plenty of space. More so, the car is a lot lighter in weight and uses less horsepower. This car has many functions that you’ll have to find out about!
Read more on this car: http://blogs.cars.com/kickingtires/2013/04/2013-hyundai-sonata-hybrid-first-drive.html#more
5. 2013 Honda Accord Hybrid
Honda Accord has gravitated towards a “sustainable” model for this year. Honda has created a car that will save a ton on gas; this car is supposedly going to reduce the amount of gas usage, and who’s going to complain about that? It’s a change from the classic Honda Accord.
Read more on this car: http://blogs.cars.com/kickingtires/2013/06/honda-accord-hybrid-to-get-47-mpg-combined.html
Check out this cool info graphic on alternative fuels!