Hybrids and electric cars aren’t cheap. The Toyota Prius starts at $32,000 new and the Chevrolet Volt can cost more than $40,000 new. Prices at the gas station aren’t cheap either. The recurring question you continue to ask yourself might be, should I buy a hybrid? Or, should I buy an electric car?
It depends all about your driving habits. How much do you drive in a day? Where do you typically drive? How much time can you spare for a charge? Our friends over at Sixt created a infographic to help you decide if going green makes sense. [keep reading]
Happy Friday! If you’re going shopping this weekend, good luck because it will probably be a gauntlet. If you decide to ride out the weekend at home, perhaps these auto links will be of interest to you.
The Tokyo Motor Show is now open to the public and continues until December 11. Like all other auto shows, car makers are using the Tokyo Motor Show to unveil their latest concepts. The cars included below are cool. The Suzuki Regina, pictured to the right, however, is not cool. Maybe it’s the color. Maybe it’s the wheels. Maybe it’s because the car is just plain ugly. Save your eyes and keep reading the Mojo Motors Blog cool used cars of the future from the Tokyo Motor Show. We promise they are way better than the Regina.
The biennial Frankfurt Motor Show, also known as the International Automobile Exhibition and International Motor Show, opens to the public today and continues running through September 25. During the past few days, automakers have been releasing a stream of concepts and new models for 2012 and beyond. This has thrown Twitter into a frenzy of #iaa hashtags and enough pictures to keep your eyes locked in place for hours. Make the jump to see what’s looking hot, not hot, and a couple in between.