A San Francisco taxi company welcomes 10 hybrid SUVs into its family of cabs in an attempt to better the fuel economy of its fleet and keep up with the Joneses. San Francisco’s Yellow Cab Cooperative has purchased 10 Ford Escape Hybrids for its people-hauling needs, Ford Motor Co. says. The vehicles are “ideal for our company,” Yellow Cab Co-op President Nate Dwiri says. “It gets better mileage in the city than on the highway, making it perfect for our streets, and its fuel economy is ...

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