American Solartechnics Cars

Specializing in affordable hybrid and electric vehicles

We at American Solartechnics have been working on hybrid and electric cars for almost two decades. We have experts who work with us to make sure that any problem can be resolved as affordably as possible.

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Available Vehicles:

***SOLD*** 2007 Toyota Prius Hybrid

*NEW* 2005 Scion xB

*NEW* 2008 Scion xD

*NEW* 2003 Honda Element

*NEW* 2005 VW New Beetle

***SOLD***  2008 Toyota Prius Hybrid

***SOLD*** 2005 Toyota Prius Hybrid

2008 Toyota Yaris

2011 Ford F150 4x5 V6

2005 Ford Escape Hybrid

2007 Toyota Prius Hybrid

2003 Acura MDX As-Is Project 

1980 Honda Goldwing As-is Project

2008 Toyota Prius Hybrid

2006 Toyota Scion xA

2011 Vespa LX 50 4 Stroke

1994 Solectria Force Electric Car

1998/1999 Solectria Force Electric Car

Why buy a hybrid?

When hybrids came out, I was concerned about their complexity and durability. Toyota has proven that to be mostly a non-issue. Toyota and Ford hybrids tend to be very durable. Consumer reports have consistently found the Prius to be one of the most reliable cars year after year.

Of course, there is still a big battery to worry about replacing. In most cars, hybrid batteries tend to last well over 300,000 miles. Most hybrid repairs are routine for people who are experienced with these vehicles, and they are not outrageously expensive when maintained outside a dealership. Aftermarket hybrid batteries have considerably brought down replacement cost.

So, why buy a hybrid when gas is so cheap?

Well, because you will still use a lot less gas. Since the gas motor does not operate as much in a hybrid, the car's overall lifespan increases. And, when purchasing a used hybrid, you are not dealing with used car depreciation.

Oh, one more thing. Why do we sell Ford hybrids?

They are very good cars! They basically use a very similar drivetrain to the proven Prius, and, as an added bonus, they are usually all wheel drive!