There are over 2.8 million hybrid cars on American roads; some new, most used. The used car market for hybrids offers a broader section of the public an opportunity to enjoy leading-edge automotive technology. As well as take advantage of savings due to outstanding fuel economy.
This opportunity comes with a quandary. Hybrid engines aren’t like anything else seen in the past 100+ years. They don’t run like regular cars, and the battery is something new for potential owners to think through. All of a sudden the new components that make the car attractive also make it a little suspect.
This 4-part guide is here to help prospective used hybrid car buyers through the quandary. In it’s pages, you’ll find solid information to help you make the right decision when buying a used hybrid. Outside of a few things to look for in a specific model, we’re not making any recommendations; it’s up to you to find the car you like. This guide is here to help with what to look for in a used hybrid, and focuses on the new heart of the car–the battery.
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