Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Nominees for Green Car of The Year selected

 The nominees  for Green Car of the Year honor  presented each year each year at the Los Angeles Auto Show are now in.   The award is given to the vehicle that best exemplifies leadership in environmental concerns. The five finalists for the 2013 award are the Dodge Dart Aero, the Ford Fusion, the Ford C-MAX, the Mazda CX-5 and the Toyota Prius C.
 Last year's winner was the Honda Civic Natural Gas, while the Chevy Volt won the year before that.
The Dodge Dart sedan and Mazda CX-5 compact SUV were each chosen because they are non-hybrid models that still yield impressive fuel economy figures.
The Fords were chosen because they offer consumers a choice of efficient drivetrains; the C-MAX hatchback is available as either a hybrid or plug-in hybrid while the Fusion sedan comes in gas, hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants.
The Prius c was chosen because it expands the Prius lineup of efficient hybrids, alongside the original Prius and the larger Prius V wagon.
The final selection will be made by a jury that includes the director of the Sierra Club, Jacques Cousteau's eldest son and Jay Leno. The winner will be announced Nov. 29. By Joseph Szczesny


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