I'm still driving the car that I replaced it with. A car that was supposed to get 30 mpg, but which only averages 23.5 mpg. So, today, with a little time on my hands I drove a couple of hybrids. The Honda Civic was disappointing and handicapped by the fact that the batteries needed for a hybrid obstruct cargo space.
The Toyota Prius is actually pretty surprising, and if I can get over the jelly bean look of the little car that could, I may end up purchasing that awesome 45-48 mpg promise. It was also very satisfying to watch the computer screen tell me if I was using electric or motor power. It validated my need to do something about this petroleum holocaust.