A Peek Into 2007 Hybrid Vehicles
Hybrid vehicles have grown more popular in the last few years, as drivers are constantly seeking to find ways to economize on gas costs. Pump costs have rocketed especially after the Iraq war in 2003, as the flow of oil supplies gone broken up. Ever since that year, petrol stays on overpriced and continues to rise due to marketplace turbulence, advanced demand and struggles in the Middle East.
Is 2007 the year to hop on the bandwagon for hybrid vehicles? Regard that practicing hybrid technology will be costlier compared to purchasing a standard vehicle. Several of the top vehicle manufacturers have already released an amazing line of hybrid vehicles for 2007 that will in all probability pull in car purchasers scramble to showrooms similar to dulled wives leaving to a mall sale.
The 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid
Updated for 2007, the Toyota Camry Hybrid is a 4-door sedan that can carry 5 passengers. This hybrid vehicle is powered by a basic I4, 2.4-liter hybrid engine boasting of 192-horsepower. This hybrid vehicle achieves 43-mpg in city driving and 37-mpg on highway drives. The Camry has automatic transmission and overdrive is regular.
The 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid has been lauded for its impressive inside and consumption. However, numerous users have complained that consumption struggles to achieve as what is advertised by the company. Several even state that this vehicle only reaches 34mpg maximum.
Toyota has withdrawn all the stops for this hybrid vehicle but it comes up with a price, and expensive at that. Sold at an average of $29,000 in salerooms crosswise the US. This vehicle is a good pick for those that do not need to scrimp on luxuriousness only save on petrol.
2007 Ford Escape Hybrid
A hit vehicle in 2006 that just grown better for 2007. The 2007 Ford Escape is a 4-door sport-utility vehicle that can transport a maximum of five passengers. This hybrid vehicle comes in two trims, the 4WD and FWD.
This SUV hybrid is powered by a I4, 2.3-liter, 155-horsepower engine. Can reach 36-mpg in city driving and 31-mpg in highway driving. Both trims arrive with transmission is shifting speed automatic.
A favorite among vehicle critics, the 2007 Ford Escape Hybrid for its Interior Space, Fuel Economy, GPS, and Comfort. Fuel Economy is supreme and most consumers supposedly reach 35 mpg, which is exactly under the published 36 mpg. However, reaching this type of performance will rely on the skills and behavior of the driver. 2007 might be the year Ford recovers its dominance in the SUV market with the new Ford Escape.
2007 Mercury Mariner Hybrid
Looking For broaden its huge run in 2006, Mercury has updated the Mariner Hybrid for 2007. This vehicle only comes in one trim, the 4WD. This hybrid vehicle is powered by an I4, 2.3-liter, 133-horsepower hybrid engine. This vehicle can reach 33-mpg in city driving and 29-mpg if cruising on the highway.
2007 Lexus GS 450h
All-new for 2007, the Lexus GS 450h is the hybrid that will move the company in the new year. This hybrid vehicle is a 4-door luxury sedan and comes exclusively in one trim, the Sedan.
The 450h is powered by a standard V6, 3.5-liter, V6, 339-horsepower hybrid engine. This hybrid vehicle can achieve 28-mpg in city driving and 28-mpg when cruising on the highway.
The 2007 Lexus GS 450h has been lauded for having the best insides around. Gasoline mileage is supposedly revolutionary and performance is comparable to the BMW M3.