A quiet, safe and efficient hybrid – Manila Bulletin

2020 Toyota Corolla Altis CVT 1.8V Hybrid The title sums up what the 2020 Toyota Corolla Altis 1.8V Hybrid CVT is all about. The test unit came in with a reading of 14.4 kilometers per liter. After just two days and under average driving conditions (some passing, maintained top speed on the freeway), it performed …

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Simple, Cheap Hybrid Technology Joins Galvanized Steel and Polymers

Composite materials are popular in automotive and other applications to reduce component weight and improve durability. However, joining polymers with galvanized steel poses some problems, as it requires harsh chemicals and specialized equipment, and is not suitable for mass production processes, according to researchers at the Institute of Industrial Sciences at the University of Tokyo. …

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Honda’s next hybrid SUV to rival Grand Vitara/Hyryder

Share cheep Share Share Email The Japanese car manufacturer Honda is preparing two new SUVs for the Indian market. The company will introduce an unprecedented compact SUV based on the Amaze sedan platform to our market in 2023. This will be the brand’s global market and will launch in select markets where the HR-V is …

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2023 Honda Civic e:HEV Hybrid First Drive Review: The Off-Roader

honda civic-hybrid full overview The Civic is the car that Honda made in the United States. It wasn’t just the fact that the Civic was a cheerful, reliable, and well-equipped front-wheel-drive hatchback that made contemporary early-’70s Detroit subcompacts look like cynical engineering junk. No, it was the fact that Honda’s innovative CVCC engine under the …

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this hybrid is in my top five hatchbacks ever made

And unlike the FK8, there’s a compound refinement to this FL5 despite the abysmal conditions. While traction control and electronic stability intervention are a constant presence on the sodden circuit, slowing down the inside wheels, actuating the brakes and allowing take-off and back-cornering at will, there’s no sense of Big Brother interference. It’s more like …

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