A new report finds one hybrid seems to be enough for most car buyers.
According to a study by auto information company R.L Polk & Company only 35 percent of consumers who have purchased a hybrid buy another one.
That's despite the greater variety of hybrid cars on the market.
The report also found that hybrid vehicles make up only two-point-four percent of the new vehicle market as of 2011 -- down from two-point-nine percent in 2008.
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