Kia Optima Hybrid Fuel Economy At Its Best

In this tight economy, many car owners have put a lot of weight in fuel economy estimates for choosing which car to buy.

Kia Optima Hybrid EPA ratings - it's all about the numbers

Kia Optima Hybrid can go 34 mpg city and 39 mpg on the highway (36 mpg combined city / highway) - definitely the top of its class. In fact, he still won the Guinness World Record in 2011 for the lowest fuel consumption in gasoline after hypermiler Wayne Gerdes and Chris Bernius successfully treated in all 48 states of the adjacent United States in an impressive 64 miles per gallon.


More fuel efficiency - What do you like about him

Although it packs a punch when it comes to energy efficiency, there are many features that you'll love the Kia Optima Hybrid, 2012. Kia modern day cars can now go head to head with some of the biggest brands in terms of looks and features. With its aggressive front grilles, stretched headlights and low roofline, the hybrid car can surely make everyone look twice.

It looks good in the hybrid Optima inside.The uses high quality materials and has a solid ergonomic design, large cabin, comfortable leather heated and cooled seats and a long list of other desirable characteristics. The only thing that most car owners find disappointing about this is the limited cargo space.

Offers superior safety.
If passengers you put passenger safety at the top of your list, then the hybrid Kia Optima is certainly the car you need. He received the award of Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and won 5-star overall crash of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Kia Optima Hybrid 2012 offers some very neat features without the hefty price tag. So if you are looking for a family car, but elegant and comfortable at affordable prices and frugal fuel, keep in mind that this hybrid car can give you what you need.
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