Midsize Cars Porterville CA

Subcompact and compact cars comprise more than half of all the Automotive Environmental Index (AEI) models for 2007, but usually they're not big enough for families that need more passenger and luggage space.

AutoZone
(559) 781-5823
1245 W. Henderson Ave.
Porterville, CA
 
AutoZone
(559) 594-9537
1123 Visalia Rd. W
Exeter, CA
 
AutoZone
(559) 687-9194
1150 E Tulare Ave
Tulare, CA
 
Streetwise Car Audio
(559) 687-2504
311 East Inyo Ave
Tulare, CA
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AutoZone
(209) 944-9254
1339 Sutter S
Stockton, CA
 
AutoZone
(559) 562-5767
230 N Highway 65
Lindsay, CA
 
AutoZone
(559) 747-0472
1555 N Farmersville Blvd
Farmersville, CA
 
Miguel's Auto Repair
(559) 782-1714
1211 W Olive Ave
Porterville, CA

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AutoZone
(626) 918-4264
1411 N Hacienda
La Puente, CA
 
AutoZone
(562) 425-1502
6500 E Spring St
Long Beach, CA
 
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According to verified owners and the EPA, these are the most environmentally friendly midsize cars on the road

Subcompact and compact cars comprise more than half of all the Automotive Environmental Index (AEI) models for 2007, but usually they're not big enough for families that need more passenger and luggage space. That's where this list of AEI-recognized midsize cars comes in handy, helping consumers find larger solutions not only to the problem of toting the kids and cargo but also to combating global warming.

2007 Honda Accord Hybrid


Honda isn't selling as many Accord Hybrids as it expected, a midsize sedan that combines a V-6 engine with an electric assist system to deliver 28 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway, according to the EPA. The Accord Hybrid not only bests all other Accord models when it comes to fuel economy, but also offers the most horsepower at 253. Perhaps price is the problem, since the Accord Hybrid is more expensive than other Accord models. Quality, according to consumers who bought the Accord, rates second only to the Mercury Milan within the midsize car segment according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2007 Initial Quality StudySM (IQS). If you want an Accord Hybrid, act fast; the 2008 Accord is completely redesigned and Honda has chosen to drop the slow-selling hybrid version....

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