SHARE THIS ARTICLE

If you're shopping for a hybrid vehicle, time is drawing to a close to take advantage of the Federal government's hybrid tax credits.

But before those credits expire at the end of 2010, there's one new hybrid you'll want to add to your shopping list: the upcoming 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid.

It's expected to go on sale sometime in October or November, and Hyundai hopes to sell about 14,000 copies of its Sonata Hybrid annually, but the financial incentives to be an early adopter will be strong. In all, they could bring the price of the Sonata Hybrid down to about $21,000, which would make it significantly less expensive than a base 2010 Toyota Prius.






2011 Panamera and Cayenne V6 Launch Photo Gallery

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Photo Gallery


2011 Lexus LFA Photo Gallery

2011 Frozen Gray BMW M3 Photo Gallery

2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder Photo Gallery

AutoSpies.com Photo Galleries

If you want to see your photos running on our homepage photo ticker, be sure to upload your photos on the go by sending them to Mobile@AutoSpies.com

Share on Facebook




Read Article


Deal Of The Year: Tax Credits Will Make Midsized Sonata Hybrid Cheaper Than Base Model Prius

About the Author

Agent009

User Comments

tryme
0to60
0to60
LACMAN
Agent009
Agent009
Agent009
upwards
thstone
uaw_lax
t_bone
acronis

Add your Comments

Images hosted in your AgentSpace can now be posted in the comments section using the following syntax (case matters): [img]IMAGE URL[/img]
Example: [img]http://agent001.myautospies.com/images/sample.jpg[/img]