Compact

Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius (1997 – Present)

The Toyota Prius is the first mass-produced hybrid vehicle. The Prius is a full hybrid electric mid-size hatchback, and is sold in more than 70 countries and regions. Its largest markets are Japan and North America, where the EPA and California Air Resources Board (CARB) rate the Prius as More >

Honda CR-X

Honda CR-X (1983-1991)

With just enough room for 2 passengers, the front-wheel drive CR-X was marketed as an economy sport fastback. The CR-X nearly had the two-seat field to its own at one time. In addition, its great performance, handling and fuel economy made it a popular purchase.

The CRX offered More >

Mazda Protegé 5

Mazda Protegé5 (2002-2003)

The Mazda Protegé5 is a hatchback-like station wagon variation of the Protegé. It was aimed at younger buyers looking for a sporty compact car with enough room to carry their friends and belongings. This was the Protegé model line’s first foray into the realm of sportiness with its improved More >

Kia Soul

Kia Soul (2010 – Present)

The Kia Soul is a compact car designed at Kia’s design center in California and manufactured in South Korea for global markets. Advertised as an all-in-one vehicle encompassing a mini-van, SUV, and city run-about, it is an attempt to combine the best of these worlds.

Perception:

Being different, or More >

Chevrolet Volt

Chevrolet Volt (2011 – Present)

The Chevrolet Volt is one of the first hybrid/electric vehicles to be produced by an American car company. It is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle manufactured by General Motors and is the most fuel-efficient compact car sold in the United States, as rated by the United States Environmental Protection More >

Nissan Leaf

Nissan Leaf (2010 – Present)

The Nissan Leaf is a five-door hatchback electric car. Being all-electric, the Leaf produces no tailpipe pollution or greenhouse gas emissions at the point of operation, and reduces dependence on petroleum. It is Nissan’s first completely electric production vehicle and follows on the heels of numerous all-electric concept cars More >

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