More than half of Australians who plan to buy a new vehicle within the next four years say they are considering purchasing a hybrid-electric vehicle, a recent poll by Roy Morgan Research Pty. Ltd. says. The survey of 28,812 Australians finds 60% of light- and small-car buyers are looking at HEVs, while 74% of respondents say it is more important that a vehicle be fuel-efficient than high-performance. The HEVs sold in Australia include the Toyota Prius, Honda Civic Hybrid and the Lexus ...

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