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Honda Hybrid Cars

The Honda hybrid cars for the new season are shaping up. Currently Honda offers three lines of hybrid cars, the Civic, Accord and Insight hybrids.

The Honda Civic Hybrid cars for the fall season include a four-door sedan, a two-door coupe, an Si coupe, a more efficient Civic Hybrid, and a natural gas-powered Civic GX.

The Honda Accord Hybrid car, on the other hand, sports a 3-liter V6 gasoline engine and high-torque electric motor and a 255 horsepower rating plus acceleration from 0-60 in just 6.5 seconds. Combine this with a fuel efficiency of 29 city, 37 hwy mpg (it beats the standard gasoline-powered accord by 7 mpg in both categories) and you have a green, mean machine.



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The Honda Insight Hybrid car has long been the green car enthusiast's poster car. The Insight was rolled out in 2000 as the first mass produced hybrid car with an environmentalist's dream fuel efficiency of over 60 mpg for both city and highway driving. The Insight Hybrid is a 2-seater made of aluminum alloy and sporting a 3-cylinder gasoline engine with an electric motor that never needs recharging.

The Honda hybrid cars show off the company's commitment to higher fuel-efficient green vehicles. With such an early jump into the hybrid market one has to wonder, though, why Honda has not already come out with a hybrid SUV, minivan or truck like its fierce competitors Toyota, GM and Ford have? As the first pioneer into the hybrid market, Honda has fallen behind development of hybrid vehicles other than automobiles.

Nonetheless, though, if Honda stays focused on producing better hybrid cars they will continue to do well in the years to come. One of Honda's most exciting developments in the car market is the reported Honda Civic Si coupe hybrid that boasts a 200-horsepower, 16-valve, and DOHC i-VTEC engine with an 8,000-rpm maximum red line.

Apparently, Honda, like other automobile manufacturers see the future not only as green, but mean as well. Combining the fuel-efficiency of a green car and the spunk of traditional sports cars will no doubt win over the doubting public and shorten the time from early adopters to mainstream shoppers.

And if this helps the environment and lessens our dependence upon foreign oil, it can't be all bad, can it?