There's one thing not mentioned above. Most hybrids that are produced today do not pug in. They create thier own electricity but the turning wheels. That is a very good option and I really can't think of any cons. It has close to the same power as the average car, there is no recharge time, and it's range is the same as gasoline vehicles.
I chose the e85, because I opened my gas tank the other day when gas shot up to over $3 a gallon and I saw for the first time that my vehicle is equiped to run on it, but there are no stations that have E85 within 200 miles of me.