This article on Wired just kicked my blood pressure up a notch:
[...] The table shows that on average SUVs receive a higher tax incentive than the most fuel-efficient cars on the market.
People who buy the 33-mpg Toyota Highlander Hybrid, for example, get a $2,600 write-off -- nearly twice the $1,450 tax credit for the 57-mpg Honda Insight. On average, the four most fuel-efficient hybrids, averaging 53.5 mpg, receive a smaller incentive ($2,100) than the five SUVs ($2,310) that get 32.8 mpg. [...]