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Which EV Models Return Favorable Ownership Costs?
Vincentric: Hybrids Losing Their Competitive Edge

Vincentric: Hybrids Losing Their Competitive Edge

Gasoline-electric hybrids are losing their competitive edge over ther gasoline counterparts due to falling fuel prices and more efficient internal combustion engines, according to a five-year owner cost analysis by Vincentric.

October 30, 2014

Vincentric Analysis Reveals 11 Cost-Effective Hybrid Models

BINGHAM FARMS, MI – Vincentric, a compiler of automotive cost-of-ownership data, announced its 2012 Hybrid Analysis, in which 11 of 25 hybrid vehicles were identified as having a lower total cost-of-ownership than their all-gasoline counterparts.

September 10, 2012

Which Hybrids Have the Lowest Cost of Ownership?

Which Hybrids Have the Lowest Cost of Ownership?

After five years and 15,000 miles of driving per year, are there any hybrids that actually have a lower cost of ownership than their gas-engine counterparts? One unexpected vehicle takes the prize.

March 27, 2012

The Green Fleet Price Tag

The Green Fleet Price Tag

Taking a hard-numbers approach to your vehicles’ tailpipe emissions and lifecycle cost data will help you improve your ecological footprint without breaking the bank.

July 15, 2011

Gas vs. Hybrids: Which is Better Suited for Your Fleet?
Gas, Hybrid and Diesel: A Lifecycle Cost Analysis

Gas, Hybrid and Diesel: A Lifecycle Cost Analysis

Higher fuel prices and moderating acquisition costs have improved hybrids’ return on investment in recent years. Diesels step into the “green” spotlight with new models and strong lifecycle costs.

July 16, 2010

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