The U.S. Presidents' Day holiday typically brings sales on all sorts of things, including cars.
And carmakers have a whole new round of incentives for February, including some designed to get consumers into showrooms over the three-day holiday weekend.
That includes quite a few discounts on hybrids and plug-in electric cars, and we've gathered the best of them here.
We also have sections for diesel and fuel-efficient gasoline cars, should those interest you.
As always, head over to CarsDirect for more information.
2015 Kia Optima Hybrid
2015 Kia Optima HybridEnlarge Photo
If you're willing to settle for older models, these two hybrid deals are worth considering.
The previous-generation 2015 Kia Optima Hybrid is available to lease at $200 per month for 24 months, with $1,499 due at signing.
This offer--which includes an allowance of 12,000 miles per year--expires at the end of the month.
The 2016 Optima Hybrid is a carryover model that's essentially unchanged from the 2015 version, even as non-hybrid 2016 Optimas launch with an entirely new architecture underneath--though you have to look extremely closely to tell.
This year's Optima Hybrid began shipping last November, but there are apparently still quite a few of the 2015 models left on dealer lots.
2015 Toyota Prius LiftbackEnlarge Photo
A redesigned 2017 Optima Hybrid is built on the new version--along with a first-ever plug-in hybrid model--was unveiled this week at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show, but it won't be available until later this year.
Buyers willing to settle for an outgoing design might also want to consider a leftover 2015 Toyota Prius instead of the new fourth-generation 2016 model.
The 2015 Prius may be an old design, but it's $70 cheaper per month to lease than the new model when effective costs are factored in, according to CarsDirect.
Toyota is offering $3,000 cash back on its dwindling supply of 2015 Prius hatchbacks through the end of the month.
Meanwhile, Toyota's initial 2016 Prius lease offer is $279 a month for 36 months, with $1,999 due at signing.
2016 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid - First Drive, May 2015
2016 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid - First Drive, May 2015Enlarge Photo
The 2016 Hyundai Sonata Plug-In Hybrid hasn't been on sale long, but Hyundai is already offering significant discounts.
This month, buyers coming from competing brands can get a $1,000 "conquest bonus," which can be combined with a $2,000 rebate.
Through the end of February, the Sonata Plug-In Hybrid can be leased for $289 a month for 36 months.
That's with $2,199 down and an allowance of 12,000 miles per year.
2016 Nissan Leaf
2016 Nissan LeafEnlarge Photo
General Motors continues to offer generous incentives on the 2016 Chevrolet Volt, although the car won't be available nationwide until the 2017 model arrives this spring.
Buyers coming from non-GM brands can get a $1,000 conquest bonus on the Volt--but only through Monday, February 15.
While it lasts, that bonus allows "conquest" customers to get a Volt with no money down, and can also be combined with a separate, $1,000 bonus.
Chevy's current best Volt lease offer is $299 per month for 39 months, with 15,000 miles per year.
While not completely redesigned like the Volt, the Nissan Leaf does enter the 2016 model year with a new, 30-kilowatt-hour battery pack option that boosts range to 107 miles.
As it did last month, Nissan is offering zero-percent APR financing for 72 months on Leaf--although it's not advertising this.
There's also a $4,000 finance bonus, up from $500 last month.