With the world evolving as I write this article, fuel cars are still a thing. Do not get us wrong, that is not a bad thing. Let us explain: fuel cars, even though they still use fuel to operate continue to fulfill car’s primary function to move around, it’s proven to have bad impact in our environment. On the contrary, with hybrid cars, the premise remains the same. The sole difference is they do not use fuel. So, if you still want to have fuel cars, here you have three good options.
Fiat 124 Spider
This is one of the convertible type car that’s fuel based, but it is also a retro-inspired car (hence the use of fuel) with modern looks. Now, that’s what I like to call a mix. This is one of the best options for those wanting these types of designs, and keeping it fuel-based. While hybrid cars companies manage to design something like this, fuel based cars aficionados are going to love this.
2018 Honda Fit
Known for its small yet big enough space on the inside, this car may be a compact one but one thing is certain: this is not small at all. In addition, it is still a fuel-based car so if you are still interested in those vehicles, and like compact cars, look no more.
Audi A4 Ultra
With hybrid cars starting to take the lead in the car business little by little, fuel-based cars are starting to become a thing of the past. Do not panic, owning one of these it is still as good as owns a hybrid. At the beginning of this list we saw the Fiat 124 Spider which went retro, now the Audi A4 Ultra does most things a hybrid car does, but keeping the fuel based system. Want to try how good will you look in a hybrid car but do not want to jump and shift completely to hybrid? Then, this car is for you.
Old and new, fuel or hybrid, cars aren’t going to leave our side anytime soon, that’s for sure.