Toyota Plug-in Hybrid vs. Chevrolet Volt: And the Winner Is…

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Toyota Plug-in Hybrid vs. Volt: And the Winner Is.

The Toyota Hyrbrid Prius just by the company will be the first to pure gasoline combustion engines that provides the of plug-in and hybrid combined in

Sure, the Chevrolet Volt is plug-in than hybrid, and Leaf is all plug-in, with emissions, but the new Prius will the best combination of both — and it will cost $8,000 less than the

The newest version of the Prius, late last week Toyota, will get more efficiency, and longer electric while selling at a lower that competitive pure or range-extender vehicles including the and the Leaf. In hybrid mode, the car is to get 49 miles per gallon — the same as current Prius

Thus, the biggest difference is the electric range allowed via

Two models will be available, the Plug-in Hybrid base for $32,000 MSRP and the Plug-in Advanced, with premium for $39,525 MSRP. Both are expected to qualify for the $2,500 tax credit.

Initially, Toyota’s new will only be available in 14 beginning in October. Those include: California, Oregon, Arizona, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and The company will have a roll out of the new Prius Plug-in in 2013, the company said.

Toyota’s new car promises to become a handful for Chevy’s Volt, less and effectively mixing hybrid and plug-in. The Volt, gets good reviews, father on electric power some 25 miles or more. And one major advantage for the Volt.

But though the Plug-in Hybrid will only run about 15 on just electricity, the electric can be charged in three hours the Volt requires 10 to 12 hours of when a standard home is used.

Another advantage for Prius is the car was the first mass produced to find success in the U.S. and the brand already has a long, customer following considering invested almost $1 billion to and launch the Prius in the 1990s U.S. automakers focused on SUVs.

Nissan is trying to establish its Leaf in the same way — out the hybrid while attempting to straight to pure plug-in. And reviews and sales of the Leaf been good, the fact the car does not use hybrid technology it out of the competitive race now on between Plug-in Hybrid Prius and the Volt.

GM has a lot invested in the Volt, but a lower price, an established and Toyota’s leading hybrid — the Plug-in Prius give the Volt a big run for its money.

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