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Honda Jazz Hybrid
Combined economy: 62.8mpg
CO2 emissions: 104g/km
The Jazz is another conventional car that's subsequently gained a hybrid powertrain.
Honda didn't want to scupper its supermini's core strengths of spaciousness and practicality by cramming in a hybrid system so it made a neat compromise.
The Jazz Hybrid lags a little behind rivals on economy and emissions because it has a more compact battery. The flipside of this is that, unlike most hybrids, boot capacity is the same as in the standard models and the Jazz's versatile rear seats remain. Prices open at around £16,000.
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What about the Mercedes E300 Bluetec Hybrid?- an extremely tax efficient car as an E250CDI with hybrid addition. Will Mercedes put this drivetrain into the E Class coupe/ convertible as well as the saloon & estate in which it is already installed?.... I really do hope so.
Or the BMW ActiveHybrid5, (only possible as a saloon because of the design of the installation), but nevertheless an incredibly powerful car with seriously reduced BIK implications making it a far more logical car to own than a 535i on which it is based, and, before anyone else says it, more tax efficient than a 535d while the 3% Diesel surcharge remains in force.
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