Kia Optima Hybrid has an aerodynamic shape so that it drives smoothly and saves on gas. It's even got a little spoiler on the back!
Hybrid? Well, besides the obvious benefits of a smaller footprint on our environment, when I got in the car the first time and turned it on, I noticed something else. On the dashboard behind the steering wheel, there is a digital mileage counter of how many more miles I could drive before I had to stop to fill it with gasoline. The dashboard said I had 500 miles to go! That's nearly 40 miles per gallon! Plus, as I drive, the Hybrid switches back and forth from gas to electric on its own, knowing exactly which option is most economically advantageous depending on driving in town and on the highway.
Optima Hybrid and I almost wrestled them for the key fob when they came back to pick up the car. I really loved driving it and got lots of compliments from my friends. It's far easier to operate than I thought a Hybrid would be and I would absolutely love to own one.
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