Is Buying A Hybrid Car Really Worth The Extra Cost? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Buying a hybrid car is a decision that needs serious thinking. Yes, it is better for the environment and, with the increasing cost of gas nowadays, the thought of buying less gas is also very tempting. But, in the long run, it is really the right choice for you?

A hybrid vehicle is actually a car that combines the use of both gasoline engine and electricity that is provided through a stack of rechargeable batteries. Both systems work either in conjunction or alternately to dispense optimal efficiency and power.

As you will see in the infographic below, created by AutoPawn, the advantages of buying a hybrid vehicle are many. But are you willing to spend the extra bucks to fight the greenhouse effect?

With this infographic, you will have everything you need to make an informed decision. You will find on it a comparison of the two kinds of cars, the hybrid one vs. the non-hybrid one. Plus, there are all sorts of info like what are the tax incentives and the hybrid plug-ins.

The bottom line is when you think of buying a new car, whether you choose the hybrid or the conventional car, you should decide based on what you feel is best for you. Everybody wants to do their part for the environment, but let’s face it, sometimes our wallet makes the decision for you.

But like many things, the price of the hybrid car will continue to go down. Therefore, more and more people will be able to afford a hybrid vehicle so more and more people will be able to do their part to ensure a healthy Earth!

Does Buying a Hybrid Car Make Sense?
Source: AutoPawn

Photo credit:  Robert Scoble/Flickr

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