A new research study shows that the Honda Civic Hybrid is a winner for both buyers and dealers.
The study from Kelley Blue Book finds that the hybrid is best in the car segment for both its fuel economy and range.
The study also found that Honda’s flagship Civic Hybrid gets a better price when compared to its competitors.
The Civic Hybrid has a fuel economy rating of 23.5 mpg.
That is nearly 4.5 miles per gallon better than the Ford Mustang and Chevy Volt, and nearly 8 miles per kWh better than other high-end vehicles.
Honda says it will soon introduce a version of the Civic Hybrid with more power, but it doesn’t know when it will do so.
The company has yet to release the information for that version.
The Honda Civic hybrid is the most efficient hybrid car on the market.
According to the study, the Honda Accord Hybrid is the second-best hybrid car for fuel economy.
It gets 24 mpg on average, which is 5.4 miles per mile better than an equivalent gas-powered vehicle.
The Volt has the most fuel efficiency, but only gets 23 mpg average.
The Chevy Volt gets 22 mpg, or 7.7 miles per kilowatt hour, while the Nissan Leaf gets 19 mpg for the same battery, or 6.3 miles per hour.
The Chevy Volt is the best-selling hybrid car in the U.S. The Volt is currently available in 13 markets in the United States, including Florida, Ohio, California, Nevada, Georgia, Illinois, Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
The Honda Civic, Chevrolet Volt, Honda Civic EV, and Toyota Prius Hybrid are all available in these markets.