The Low Down On Green Living
August 7th, 2008
Written by Max Lindberg, courtesy of Gas 2.0
Most of us agree that the Kelley Blue Book is the quintessential guide to new and used vehicle information. Now, they’ve moved into the “Green” world with the launch of Kelley Blue Book Green, a guide for shoppers who want the latest information on alternative fuel technologies.
Everything you want to know about hydrogen, diesel, hybrid, natural gas, electric, flex fuel/ethanol and fuel-sipping gasoline cars is included. There’s a video section which gives the reader an in-depth look at the latest eco-friendly vehicles out there, and even features a section it calls the Perfect Car Finder.
Read on, the top ten green vehicles, according to KBBGreen, is next.
The Top Ten Green Vehicles of 2008
And why not kick off the new website offering with a list of the Top 10 Green Cars for 2008? You might be surprised as to which cars came out on top, and why. Editors who picked the vehicles considered fuel economy, price,comfort, performance utility and technology in making their choices. Included are the Toyota Prius, Honda civic Hybrid, and a variety of categories including full size SUV’s. The list also features a sampling of drivetrains and technologies available to consumers in the U.S.
In summarizing the new offering, Jack R Nerad, executive editorial director and executive market analyst for Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com, is quoted as saying; “Our list of the Top 10 Green Cars shows consumers that there are fuel-friendly vehicles available in almost every segment to accommodate a variety of lifestyles, so you don’t have to sacrifice much, if anything, to go Green”.
Green is Good.
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