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Welcome to Exclusively Hybrids

The Site for Selling and Buying all Makes and Models of Hybrids!

 


WhyHybrids.com - Your Exclusive Site for Used Hybrids!

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WhyHybrids.com users are passionate about cars and the environment. We started this website to research buying a Hybrid auto and found there were no sites specifically for the sale of hybrids, and the conventional auto sites we did find charged seller ad fee's. 

If you're selling a hybrid: Firstly and most importantly WE DON'T CHARGE YOU TO ADVERTISE YOUR VEHICLE! It is completely free to upload your car details and when you sell your hybrid auto you keep 100% of the money!

If you're shopping for a hybrid: reviews and useful links regarding each brand of hybrid available in the US market make it easy to decide which hybrid is right for you.

WhyHybrids.com has space for parts wanted, services offered, and Hybrid mechanic recommendations - and if you're a Hybrid mechanic, you're welcome to advertise here. If you have questions about locating Hybrid parts, accessories, mechanics, and issues with your car post in our Wanted Section. 


Why Buy A Hybrid Car?
There are many benefits to owning a hybrid auto from environmental advantages to lower fuel costs as well as newer technology to help keep resale value high. Most hybrid vehicles have reduced emissions and have much lower fuel consumption compared to the conventional combustion engine. The start-stop technologies built into Hybrid cars create cleaner, fuel saving driving. As well as saving money on fuel costs, hybrid cars are popular for reducing fuel consumption and improving CO2 emissions compared to that of other combustion engine vehicle, due to their high miles per gallon MPG.

Hybrid cars generally have further advanced technology on board, from electric motors to battery packs and smartphone apps which give control for your on-board heating, climate control music, and driving directions before you even get in the car. 


Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) versus Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)
As the name implies, the PHEV is a hybrid with extra large lithium-ion battery assemblies which are plugged in. The biggest difference between the HEV and the PHEV is the PHEV runs more often on the electric charged battery which is cheaper than gasoline. PHEVs are closest to pure electric vehicles when running on charged batteries, after battery charge is depleted they resort to hybrid mode. There are two vehicles, the Chevy Volt and Cadillac ELR which are considered EREVs - Extended Range Electric Vehicles - which means the gas generator won't start with full acceleration like it does on the PHEVs.

There are currently seven first generation PHEVs on the market, including the Cadillac ELR, Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid, and BMW i8. The Hybrid market has over 30 full hybrid models, these hybrids are more familiar to dealer and independent service shops.

Full electric driving produces zero emissions which is something hybrids can rarely offer since they run using EV mode with gas engine.

Visit PHEV Comparisons at FuelEconomy.gov to compare plugin Hybrids. Visit My Plug-in Hybrid Calculator to compair PHEV autos


Visit Compair Hybrids at FuelEconomy.gov to compair hybrids, plug in hybrids and conventional gasoline engine cars.

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