Hemi Lovers (Chrysler Hemi V-8 engine) will get higher gas mileage with Hybrid Version of Hemi engine

There is good news for Hemi Lovers.  Chrysler to release a hybrid Hemi engine option which will give more fuel efficiency than traditional Hemi without sacrificing any power. Traditionally hemi known more for power than fuel economy. Current Aspens and Durangos (both use hemi engine) get 13 miles per gallon in the city driving and 18 on the highway, but the hybrid versions should get an estimated 18.2 mpg in city driving and about 22.5 on freeways.

Chrysler Group announced it will offer a hybrid Hemi in its Dodge Durango and Chrysler Aspen sport utility vehicles that will improve their fuel economy by nearly 40 percent in the city and about 25 percent on the highway. Analysts have said the "two-mode" hybrid system, developed jointly with General Motors Corp. and BMW AG, could vault SUVs and trucks into the same fuel efficiency range of some larger sedans.


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