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Hybrid, Electric Cars Sell Best Along Pacific Coast

San Francisco Leads; Eastern Coast and Midwest Sales Growing While hybrid and electric cars are becoming more popular throughout the U.S., it isn’t a secret that buyers in some areas are more keen to buy a hybrid or electric car than others. Now NPR has published an interactive map de
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GM Exec Confirms 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Plug-In Hybrid Model

The Chevrolet Cruze compact sedan is an important car for General Motors. It’s hugely outselling its lackluster predecessor, the Chevy Cobalt, and the EPA rates the special Cruze Eco model at 42 mpg in the highway cycle, giving it gas-mileage bragging rights. Plug-in hybrid to j
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Hybrid Vehicle Dismantling Guide Now Available

The Automotive Recyclers Association’s Technical Advisory Committee Hybrid Vehicle Workgroup, working in conjunction with the Environmental Compliance for Automotive Recyclers Center, recently showcased the first edition of the Hybrid Vehicle Dismantling Guide at ARA’s 68t
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Coda Automotive Announces Start of Production of Zero-Emission All-Electric Flagship Sedan

Offers Electric Vehicle Battery Warranty and Affordable Range with its 2012 Zero Emission Sedan CODA Holdings, a leading developer of all-electric vehicles and advanced battery systems, recently announced that it started production of its zero-emission flagship vehicle. Representing t
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Hybrid Models Have Lower Injury Odds Than Their Conventional Counterparts

Hybrids have a safety edge over their conventional twins when it comes to shielding their occupants from injuries in crashes, new research by the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI), an affiliate of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, shows. On average, the odds of being injure
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