Originally Posted by frescopa
I don't own a "hybrid" but I have owned a Geo metro since 1993 that I get 60+ mpg on the highway.. apparently the capability to build cars that get good mileage exist but we are only given the choices to buy what someone else determines is adequate.. I would suggest that with the new batch of "green" vehicles that owners should shut it off several miles before their destination and push it the rest of the way if they want much better mileage... that would also go a long way to reducing obesity as well.
I'm not actually totally aware of Geo metro although I've heard about them too. I do not know exactly the difference of this from hybrid or to a regular one. Well, I did search on it over the net and found this ==> Geometro