The car dealer might be an expert at telling you how much your car will cost, but it’s not always the cheapest option.

That’s why a newbie like me might want to ask the dealership for more information on their particular model before buying.

It could also help you find the best price, and get a better deal.

Here are the best deals to find on cars, trucks, SUVs and minivans.

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Chevrolet Spark Electric  The Chevrolet Spark electric sedan is an electrified sedan with a range of 300 miles (400km).

It’s available in two trim levels, and it costs about $30,000.

The $45,000 Spark electric is a sedan, and is a premium option with a few upgrades.

For $45K, the Spark has a 2.4L V6, a 3.0L V8 and an eight-speed automatic transmission.

It has a 4.2L V12, and comes with an all-wheel drive.

Its engine is a 2-liter, 302 cubic-inch V8 with a maximum output of 607 horsepower and a peak torque of 572 Nm (716 lb-ft).

It’s rated at 51 miles per gallon (27.7 km/h).

The Spark has the same EPA ratings as a Prius Plug-in Hybrid and the Chevy Volt.

Read: Chevrolet Volt Plug-In Electric Plug-ins have a range that’s just shy of the Prius Volt, so they’re ideal for commuting.

Chevrolet says that the Volt will be the most fuel efficient of the plug-in hybrids, and that the engine delivers up to 50% better fuel economy than its Prius counterpart.

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Ford Fusion Hybrid The Fusion Hybrid is a hybrid car that’s available from Ford.

Ford says that it can go 100 miles (160 km) on a single charge.

Fusion Hybrid starts at $43,000 and it’s available for $36,000, but Ford says it can be purchased for less than $35,000 if you add the cost of a new engine.

While it has a smaller range, it has all the same features as the Fusion Hybrid, including a powertrain that’s rated to produce a whopping 636 horsepower and 576 lb-force (832 Nm) when running at full throttle.

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Toyota Corolla Hybrid The Toyota Corollas Hybrid is available from Toyota.

Toyota says it’s “the most efficient electric car available.”

Toyota says it has an electric motor rated at 6,000 watts (1,000 hp) and a gasoline motor rated to provide a combined total of 6,100 watts (2,000 horsepower) when charging.

When it’s plugged in, it’s rated for up to 60 miles per charge, which is great for commuting or when you want to get out and explore more.

If you want a smaller car, Toyota says the Corolla can go up to 75 miles per full charge, and for a more efficient car, it can reach 85 miles per hour (110 km/hr).

Read: Toyota Corolones are perfect for people who want to explore the world, and they’re also very cheap to buy.

Toyota says that its hybrid vehicle will be cheaper than a Prii Plug-up Hybrid.

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Nissan Leaf The Nissan Leaf is an electric vehicle that’s designed to get you around.

Nissan says that Nissan Leaf will be “the safest electric vehicle available” in the US.

Nissan says that Leaf is capable of “100 miles per 100 kilometers (62.4 miles per mile) of driving range.”

It can get up to 120 miles per day (64.4 kilometers per day) on electric battery power.

In addition to the battery, the Leaf is equipped with a 12-speaker stereo, Bluetooth and GPS, a solar panel, and an integrated heating and cooling system.

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Toyota Avalon Hybrid The Toyota Avalon hybrid is available in four trim levels: Sport, Deluxe, Elite and Luxury.

According to Toyota, the Sport trim is a “lightest option.”

In this trim, the Avalon has a 1.8L four-cylinder, 4-cylound gasoline engine rated at 248 horsepower and 295 lb-feet (193 kW).

The 2.0-liter turbocharged V6 gets its power from a 1,400-horsepower electric motor.

Avalon is the only model that is offered in the Deluxe trim, and the Deluxe option is a nice option for people wanting to get more out of their vehicle.

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Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Hyundai has said that it will offer “the world’s most efficient vehicle,” and that’s true.

The Sonata has a fuel efficiency of 21.6 miles per ton (54.2 kilometers per