GO GREEN!

                                                                    

Why to go green when buying a new car:

Did you know that Hybrid cars like the Toyota Prius produce 90 percent less pollution than comparable non-hybrids? Cleaner air is better, right? By releasing less harmful chemicals into the environment, the detrimental effects of pollution can be halted or even reversed. 

Hybrid cars also show much lower depreciation rates than standard gasoline cars. Given the rising global green movement, the demand for hybrid vehicles will only continue to grow, making a hybrid car a sound investment.

Some consumers worry that hybrid cars may not last as long as other cars, but in fact, in most cases the exact opposite is true. Many hybrid cars continue to run like new at even 250,000 miles! And hybrid cars don’t require any extra maintenance in comparison to their gasoline engine cousins. 

Current hybrid cars can get up to 60 miles to the gallon on the highway. Wow! In addition to fuel economy, they boast lower emissions and depreciation than gasoline powered cars. 

In the near future, hybrid cars are expected to get fuel mileage as high as 190 miles per gallon! 

Toyota offers some great hybrid options, including the Camry, Highlander and Prius.  Three great options fulfilling whatever your need for green may be!

Seems like a no-brainer when it comes to what kind of car to buy if you’re in the market for something new.  Saving money on gas and keeping our beautiful planet clean… It’s great to GO GREEN!

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