How to get the best mpg

Do you ever wish you could drive a car that was fuel efficient, loaded with the latest safety features and comfort, was affordable to purchase, and of course, looked really cool?
Well, if you’ve ever considered even one of these things, hybrid vehicles are for you.

Once considered something straight out of the pages of a science fiction novel, hybrid vehicles have earned a reputation for being reliable, stylish, fun to drive, and most of all, cost effective. Purchasing a hybrid vehicles makes sense because it can literally save you cents on the cost of ownership, especially fuel costs.

While there are number of benefits to owning a hybrid vehicle — such as the widely popular Honda Civic Hybrid — hybrid vehicle owners have a different set of responsibilities and concerns that owners of traditional vehicles don’t have to worry about. Knowing the hybrid battery will eventually fail is an underlying background concern for every hybrid vehicle owner, especially those whose vehicles are nearing the average time of replace. This can vary depending on the make and model of the hybrid vehicle.

For example, Honda Civic Hybrid battery life is anywhere between eight to ten years on average. In fact, according to the New York Times, federal regulations actually call for hybrid vehicle manufacturers to provide at least a 100,000-mile, 8-year, hybrid battery warranty. Furthermore, some state regulations enforce even stricter policies.

However, driver habits can significantly impact Honda Civic Hybrid battery life. If your hybrid vehicle is less than five years old or hasn’t quite reached 100,000 miles, you may not have to worry about hybrid battery replacement. On the other hand, once a hybrid vehicle is over five years old or has reached 100,000 miles, it’s a good ideas to begin thinking about replacing the battery — a small price to pay for owning such a great vehicle.

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