Like us, you may eagerly have been awaiting the arrival of the 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. You may even be planning to buy one. One of the reasons may be the tax credit for purchase of a hybrid vehicle that you can claim when you file your taxes. The 2011 Sonata Hybrid will qualify you for a credit of $1,300. There's just one little catch: You will need to buy your car very, very, very soon. The Sonata Hybrid won't land in dealerships until early or mid December, and the entire hybrid tax-credit program expires after December 31 of this year. So if you want that credit, make sure your Hyundai...
Hyundai’s First Dedicated Hybrid Coming In 2012
Now ranked as the world’s fifth-largest automaker in conjunction with its Kia subsidiary, Hyundai is making strides to build a product line that reflects its status among the world’s top manufacturers. With the world’s first hybrid vehicle powered by advanced lithium-polymer batteries and...Viknesh Vijayenthiran