When someone says “That is a hybrid car” you immediately think they are talking about a Toyota Prius. However, or if you are a bit more knowledged you might think he is talking about a Toyota Prius or a Toyota Aqua, or perhaps a Honda Insight or a Honda Fit Hybrid. There you go, YOU know 4 types of hybrids! Well it may shock you but there at least 76 different Japanese made Hybrid cars on the market or were on the market in the last 10 years in Japan! Here is a list here, with an open tab link to a Japanese site to show you what the hybrid looks like:
Toyota Prius | Toyota Aqua | Suzuki Wagon R | Nissan Serena | Suzuki Spacia | Toyota Prius alpha | Honda Fit | Suzuki Hussler | Honda Vezel | Toyota Crown Aristo | Nissan Note | Honda Fit Hybrid | Suzuki Solio | Honda Insight | Toyota Crown Royal | Toyota C-HR | Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV | Toyota Sienta | Honda CR-Z | Suzuki Ignis | Toyota Sai | Lexus LS Hybrid | Toyota Corolla Fielder | Honda Fit Shuttle Hybrid | Toyota Prius PHV | Honda Freed | Nissan X-Trail | Toyota Estima Hybrid | Lexus CT | Honda Shuttle | Lexus HS | Suzuki Swift | Toyota Crown Hybrid | Lexus RX Hybrid | Toyota Voxy | Toyota Camry Hybrid | Toyota Crown Majesta | Lexus GS Hybrid | Toyota Noah | Suzuki Xbee | Lexus IS | Toyota Alphard Hybrd | Toyota Harrier | Toyota Corolla Axio | Subaru Impreza XV | Toyota Esquire | Mazda Flair | Mistubishi Delica D2 | Honda Freed Spike Hybrid | Honda Accord Hybrid | Honda Grace | Nissan Fuga Hybrid | Honda Odyssey | Lexus NX | Nissan Skyline | Mazda Flair Wagon | Toyota Vellfire | Honda Jade | Mazda Flair Crossover | Toyota Harrier Hybrid | Mazda Axela | Honda Legend | Toyota Auris | Honda Accord | Honda Fit Plus | Lexus RC | Lexus LC | Subaru Impreza Sport | Toyota Prius EX | Nissan Cima Hybrid | Suzuki Landy | Subaru Forester | Toyota Kluger Hybrid | Corolla Sports | Mazda CX-3 | Subaru XV |
Now, that is quite a few cars! This is 2018, probably while producing this page, another one popped up somewhere. Driving across Osaka today from one Prefecture to another (Hyogo to Osaka), after making this list, I began to recognize cars as hybrids that I thought weren’t in the past! This Japanese car world is turning into a big Hybrid. Well that is the reality of the car world to come! It has started in Japan, and the question is: are you going to join it or RESIST! (and continue paying higher fuel costs, possible tax costs and tax punishments, depending on what country you are from). The reality is, shown prophetically to say by the Japanese, hybrid cars are here, the technology is proven, and not difficult, and the savings are immense. You either catch the wave, and save, or keep paddling your board out to deeper financially costing waters of fuel costs, but those waves just keep on getting bigger! Keep paddling or start surfing!
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