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2012 Hybrid/electric vehicle data

Some fascinating and impressive data provided from evsroll.com on hybrid and electric vehicle (HEV) sales in the United States during 2012. Given recent reports of very rapid growth in hybrid and electric vehicle sales by Ford (the Fusion Hybrid and C-Max Hybrid … Continue reading

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Unscientific hybrid/electric observations

I counted 23 hybrid and/or plug-in electric cars on the trip between Lansing and Grand Rapids Thursday afternoon – 17 eastbound and six westbound, while a total of 26 were counted on Friday evening along the same route – 21 … Continue reading

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One million “Prii” strong and counting

According to a story in USA Today, Toyota has now sold more than one million Priuses in the United States and over three million worldwide since introducing the vehicle in 2000. Congratulations to all the employees at Toyota for this … Continue reading

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