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The concerned reporters on consumption over at Consumer Reports have switched gears. After reporting that hybrids don't save money in their April issue, they've acquiesced and decided that with the tax credit, a Honda Civic hybrid or a Toyota Prius would save its owner money over a conventional model. Wait. There's a non-hybrid Prius? Who didn't tell us about this? He or she's gettin' a spanking.

Consumer Reports Corrects Itself on Cars [LA Times]

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Is Honda Working Up a Fit Hybrid? [Internal]