The 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid was rolled out by the company in 2006 and was billed as a much more fuel efficient vehicle than previously available from Honda. The Civic Hybrid can get up to 49 miles to the gallon in city driving and 51 miles for highway driving. For the 2007 version the car now has XM Satellite radio standard when the navigation system option is purchased but is little changed from 2006.
The 2007 Toyota Yaris is similar to the 2006 version. In fact Toyota began selling the Yaris in 2006 as a 2007 model. The vehicle is Toyota's most-compact car available in the United States. It replaced Toyota's Echo. It is a vehicle available in a four-door sedan or hatchback. It is known for being compact, reliable, extremely affordable and fuel efficient.
The 2007 Honda Accord Hybrid is a slightly more expensive hybrid when compared to the Toyota Prius and the Civic Hybrid. It is a sedan that seats four comfortably and is known for being harder to spot than other hybrids. Except for some differing grille work the Hybrid Accord is not much different than the standard Accord. There is little change between the 2006 and 2007 models.
You've negotiated the contract, worked out the kinks, and it's all been approved. What could possibly go wrong? Unless you've seen the final breakdown, you might have a surprise on the way! Read this article to learn more about expensive add-ons, and how to deal with them!
You've probably been there before. You want the car, but the dealership wants to ream you for all you're worth. After some time the salesperson gives you what he convincingly insists is his final verdict... 'Take it or leave it!' What should you do? Read on to find out!
Among the 2006 Subaru Baja's many unique qualities is the unlikeliness that one would lose track of its unique car-truck hybrid design in a parking lot. This article discusses the Baja Sport and Turbo models, touching upon performance, pricing, and features.