TALLINN - Hybrid propulsion vehicles have become the preferred option for Baltic citizens in terms of their next car purchase, according to a monitoring study carried out by pollster Kantar Emor.
Among respondents from Estonia and Lithuania, 32 percent would prefer a hybrid for their next car.
"Hybrids have become as popular in Estonia as the gasoline engine, followed by 23 percent of people who are interested in buying a diesel engine vehicle and 9 percent seeking a gas engine car while 5 percent would like to get an electric car," Triinu Oja...
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