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It's no secret that rising gas prices are forcing drivers from the greater Murray area and beyond to rethink both their driving habits and specific modes of transportation. But what are automakers doing to help? That's a question we here at Murdock Hyundai of Murray hear quite a bit. And we're happy to say the answer is quite a bit.

If you're in the market for a hybrid, you'll be happy to know that the 2012 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid offers 201 horsepower, 40 mpg highway, and a lifetime guarantee on its battery (something you won't find in competing hybrid models).

Of course we realize you may be looking to go a bit greener. In that instance, you'll be pleased to know that Hyundai is working on a new fuel cell electric version of its ix35 crossover. Known here as the 2012 Hyundai Tucson, the ix35 is a clear choice for fuel cell technology due to its ample room under the hood and inviting interior cargo space.

The most appealing aspect of the new Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell Vehicle, however, isn't the existing model it's based on. It's the fact that it literally produces zero carbon emissions. The only byproduct of its use is water that trickles out of the tailpipe.

This, of course, begs the question of when the ix35 Fuel Cell Vehicle will join the new Hyundai lineup here at 4646 S. State Street Murray, Utah. Before bringing it to the realm of mass production, Hyundai first plans to produce roughly 1,000 units for private lease. After evaluating how it functions in the real world, Hyundai plans to produce 10,000 more.

That said, you can learn more about the Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell Vehicle by keeping up with our blog. By simply subscribing to updates via your RSS reader, you'll get the latest updates delivered right to your inbox.

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