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Here we compare hybrid cars that are widely sold worldwide. We compare top four most famous hybrid cars in the world, Toyota Prius hybrid, Honda Insight hybrid, Ford Fusion hybrid, and Honda Civic hybrid, according to their performance, technology, fuel efficiency, design, and price.

Toyota Prius hybrid vs. Honda Insight hybrid

Car Model Toyota Prius Hybrid Honda Insight Hybrid
Reviews One of the most popular hybrid cars with the highest sales amount in United
States as well as some other countries in 2010.
First introduced in 2009 as 2010 model year. Over 20,000 Honda Insight
has been sold in the U.S. Making it the second most popular hybrid cars
in 2010.
Performance Features a 1.8 liter gasoline engine that produces 98 hp and 105 pound-feet
of torque that’s used in conjunction with 2 electric motors. The combination
generate a total power of 134 hp.
Come with a 1.3 liter engine that produces 98 hp. Equipped with Electronic
Stability control for 2011 model.
Fuel Efficiency 51 mpg city/48 mpg highway. 40 mpg city/43 mpg highway.
Design Well designed to fit five people comfortable. Honda Insight is slightly smaller than Toyota
Prius especially the rear seat.
Price $23,520 $18,200

Table to compare hybrid cars: Toyota Prius hybrid and Honda Insight hybrid

Ford Fusion Hybrid vs. Honda Civic Hybrid

Car Model Ford Fusion Hybrid Honda Civic Hybrid
Reviews Excellent fuel efficient with superb handling. Powerful engine that driver
will never feel underpowered in any kind of situation.
The 2012 Honda Civic hybrid is supreme fuel-efficiency, comfortable ride,
good handling, and with more power.
Performance Ford Fusion hybrid fitted with a 2.5 liter gasoline engine which produced
156 hp. The powertrain paired with an electric motor that bump the power
output up to 191 hp. You can accelerate the car from 0 to 60 mph in just
8.7 seconds, which is pretty impressive for a hybrid.
2011 Honda Civic uses 1.3-liter four-cylinder engine. 2012 Honda Civic
displacement changed from 1.3 to 1.5 liters. Bigger engine allows the car
to generate more electric power. The 2012 model featured “no-fuel”
mode where the engine valves sometime deactivated to cut off fuel even the
engine is turning.
Fuel Efficiency 41 mpg city (10 mpg better than Toyota Camry hybrid but 10 mpg lower than
Toyota Prius) /36 mpg highway. 39 mpg combined.
40 mpg city / 43 mpg highway. The 2012 Honda Civic hybrid is using lithium
ion battery to increase its average EPA fuel economy to 44 in both city
and highway.
Design The interior of the car is well-designed, roomy and spacious. It fit 5
adults comfortable.
Honda Civic hybrid is almost no different with the gasoline powered Civic.
Price $28,600 $24,050

Table to compare hybrid cars: Ford Fusion hybrid and Honda Civic hybrid

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