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10 Top Most Affordable Hybrid Electric Eco Cars

Did you heard hybrid and electric cars?, before we didn’t think that it’s possible electric cars will design perfectly and selling to the markets today in most advance technology countries like UK, JAPAN, and other countries.

Hybrid and Electric Cars is now available in limited markets today, Most of some countries goverment if supporting on this project not only because of price cost affordability, cool design, smooth, very professional cars, lesser tax,  elegant, but most of reason is eco cars friendly.

The present generation are struggling climate changes, Philippines average of 20 typhoons a year hit in (PAR) area of responsibility, In United State hurricane is most yearly evolving bigger problem and millions are yearly affected in whole world.

Target of this present generation is to reduce  carbon dioxide emissions to eliminate harmful gasses to our bodies, Amazingly Japanese are started to buy eco electric cars over 45% cars sold in three months only.

For any question: How are Electric Cars powered?

They are powered by an electric motor(s) that operates on direct or alternating current, which draws its power from an on-board battery pack that acts as an energy storehouse. The battery system of the modern electric car is actually a collection of smaller batteries combined and arranged as one big battery.

Types of Electric Car Battery,

The batteries, generally Nickel metal-hydride or Lithium-ion, are charged by simply connecting the vehicle to a mains power supply. A feature of most modern electric cars is the regenerative braking system that allows the battery to receive a short charge when the brakes are applied.

Today there are top 10 most affordable, hybrid and electric eco cars that you should plan to buy it.




BMW ActivE Electric 1 Series
1. BMW ActivE Electric 1 Series Coupe with Zero co2 emissions – BMW is trialling this model and with its research it will inform future development and improvements for full scale UK release. They have done something with the throttle that can extend the driving range an extra 20%. Despite being at the forefront of technology and pioneering breakthroughs in the automotive industry, BMW has lagged behind other car makers in the electric-power field much in the same way it lagged with turbo-charging, with the BMW X5M being the first car since 1973 (the BMW 2002 Turbo) to be boosted.




Citroen C-Zero – Eco Electric Car
2. Citroen C-Zero – Eco Electric Car – the Citroen C-Zero represents the next generation in zero-emissions motoring. The C-Zero expands the range of compact vehicles available from the French carmaker, combining efficient packaging and useful urban range with zero carbon emissions and zero noise. It is expected to retail Price at around £25,000.




Nissan Leaf – Electric Car
3. Nissan L-eaf – Electric Car – The first purpose-built electric car to be mass-produced, the five-door Nissan Leaf could well herald a true revolution in both green motoring and mass-market vehicles generally. Suffering only the usual limited range of an electric vehicle, the eco car Leaf gives owners a range of other benefits – at a price. Prices are estimated at around £24,000.




Reva G-Whizz – Electric Car
4. Reva G-Whizz – Electric Car – The little-known Indian car manufacturer Mahindra has entered the Electric Car market with its Reva G-Whizz. The tiny two-seater is about as economical and environmentally friendly as a car can get. It is run solely on electricity and is quite basic, yet ideal for those looking to make no impact on the ozone layer. You can travel a distance of approximately 80km (45 miles). Prices start at around £9,000 for a new model, but beware because the batteries only last for 3 years, after which they price cost around £1,700 to replace.




Mistubishi i-MiEV – Electric Car
5. Mistubishi i-MiEV – Electric Car – Designed to be the car of the future, the tiny Mitsubishi i-MiEV runs solely on electric power, comes with a five-year warranty and looks cute, too. I-MiEV stands for ‘manufacturers of innovative electric vehicles’ and since its inception in December 2009, the Mitsubishi has been welcomed government councils around the UK, as well as by the general public.



Peugeot iON - Electric Car
6. Peugeot iON – Electric Car – The French car manufacturer announced way back in the 90s it had plans for a 100% electrically-powered car. Keeping its promise, it has just released the Peugeot iON electric car, which has a roomy feel inside the cabin and costs nothing to run. It sounds good but, as with any electric car, there are downsides as well.




Renault Fluence ZE – Electric Car
7. Renault Fluence ZE – Electric Car – Though we’ll need to wait for the first road tests to find out exactly how capable the all-electric Renault Fluence ZE really is, the upcoming green car (deliveries are scheduled to start in the middle of 2011) is based on the French carmaker’s next Megane saloon, which also remains an unknown quantity. The Fluence ZE Electric Car is part of Renault’s Eco2 range of vehicles.



Renault Kangoo ZE – Eco Electric Car
8. Renault Kangoo ZE – Eco Electric Car – Renault launched into the odd-looking van-cum-people carrier sector at the turn of the century and it still remains one of the most practical small cars on the road today. It has acres of room inside, it’s really tall and has Renault’s ultra-reliable engines. The only downside is that it isn’t a car for looking cool in. The new Renault Kangoo ZE Electric Car will be available from Autumn 2011 for as little price as £16,990 excluding VAT. The battery lease is an extra £59 per month over 4 years with a limit of 9,000 miles a year.




Renault Twizy ZE – Electric Car
9. Renault Twizy ZE – Electric Car – Renault Twizy ZE is the latest in the electric car concept range. As Renault can do no wrong at the moment, then why not go for a brave electric car, perfect for the city? Being dubbed as a ‘quadricycle’ this four-wheeled motorbike with a roof could just be the thing for city-dwellers needing to quietly zip to the shops and back. Prices are going to be around the price £6,000 mark.




SmartForTwo– Electric Car
10. SmartForTwo– Electric Car – The SmartForTwo electric car has been available in London and the South East. The SmartForTwo Electric Car is eligible for the UK price£5,000 electric car grant. The car produced Zero tailpipe emissions – meaning that there is no Co2 coming out of the exhaust.

Additional Electric Car Charging Info:

Charging an Electric Car Battery

The battery system of any electric car has units that generally charge at a slow pace. It must be able to balance the charging rate so that no matter what the current power level is in any of the batteries, the system must be able to balance out and accommodate it. It must therefore be able to recharge the batteries holding a higher charge slowly, while recharging the batteries with a lower charge quickly, until they reach the equilibrium for a normal charge.
Battery powered electric vehicles can be charged at home or by using a street or a shop charging station. Higher voltage electrical power to the car of course reduces the required charging time. It is envisaged that in time most electric cars will be charged either at home, work or at council charging stations. Charging electric vehicles may come at a cost.

Electric Cars Charging Network

To fully support the development of electric cars there must be some sort of electric vehicle network that can be freely accessed. In much the same way that Fuelling Stations currently supply diesel or petrol, there will need to be a suitable “Electric” alternative. Perhaps existing fuel suppliers will also begin to have charging stations or even battery swap stations.

Electric Cars Co2 Emissions

Electric Cars emit Zero c02 emissions. The electric required to power these vehicles however does emit Co2 emissions and there is no current research in this area to quantify any claims that it is more beneficial to the environment.