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 James Kliesch - “Having a tool to see what cars are greener and to be able to compare them is important, especially since this information is not readily available.”
 Jim Kliesch - “Toyota and Honda have had hybrids on the markets for years now. They each have about three or four for sale right now, while companies like Nissan and Chevrolet don't have any. Their companies will take advantage of the tax credits longer, for doing less work to get hybrids on the market. Is that really equitable”
 Jim Kliesch - “For example, the Chevrolet Yukon SUV weighs 6,000 pounds. The government's fuel efficiency standards expect a car of that weight to get about 12 miles to the gallon, but the Yukon gets an estimated 20. Because it exceeds those expectations, it qualifies for a tax credit.”
 Jim Kliesch - “For example, the Chevrolet Yukon SUV weighs 6,000 pounds, ... The government's fuel efficiency standards expect a car of that weight to get about 12 miles to the gallon, but the Yukon gets an estimated 20. Because it exceeds those expectations, it qualifies for a tax credit.”
 Jim Kliesch - “The goal is to get more hybrid technology into the marketplace. Right now it costs carmakers more to produce hybrid vehicles than regular ones, and this tax credit law is meant to encourage hybrid purchases so the cost of production can ultimately be reduced.”
 Jim Kliesch - “The goal is to get more hybrid technology into the marketplace, ... Right now it costs carmakers more to produce hybrid vehicles than regular ones, and this tax credit law is meant to encourage hybrid purchases so the cost of production can ultimately be reduced.”
 James Kliesch - “Hybrids are still the team to beat, as they generally have better fuel economy and cleaner emissions than other models in their respective classes.”
 James Kliesch - “Cleaner cars are much more available than even just three to four years ago, ... Green Book.”
 Jim Kliesch - “Are you going to make your money back in saved fuel And the answer to the question is determined by how much you drive and the price of gas.”
 James Kliesch - “For years, we've been advising buyers that greener models are available to them no matter what type of vehicle they're shopping for. Today, with a bona fide gas-powered SUV on our Greenest Vehicles list, this advice rings truer than ever,”