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10 Hybrid Cars on the Market in 2020

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Jun 10, 2020
You’ve probably heard about hybrid cars, but do you know how they work? Hybrid cars are powered by both an electric motor and a gasoline engine. The electric motor recaptures energy via regenerative braking in standard hybrid cars, and an additional battery stores even more energy in plug-in hybrid cars. In both standard and plug-in hybrids, the electric motors allow the cars to use less gas—helping you save money and the planet.
Interested in switching to a hybrid car? Nearly every major car brand now has hybrid options. Here’s what you need to know about 10 of the many hybrid cars currently on the market: 

1. BMW 530e Hybrid

  • Vehicle type: Sedan
  • Plug-in or standard: Plug-in hybrid
  • Total driving range: 350 miles (with a full charge and a full tank of gas)
  • All-electric range: 21 miles (electric-only distance on a single charge)
  • Fuel efficiency: 27 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 5.9 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $53,900

2. Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

  • Vehicle type: Minivan
  • Plug-in or standard: Plug-in hybrid
  • Total driving range: 520 miles
  • All-electric range: 32 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 30 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 7.8 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $38,100

3. Ford Fusion Hybrid SE

  • Vehicle type: Sedan
  • Plug-in or standard: Standard hybrid (plug-in available)
  • Total driving range: 610 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 42 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 9 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $28,000

4. Honda Insight LX

  • Vehicle type: Sedan
  • Plug-in or standard: Standard hybrid
  • Total driving range: 490 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 52 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 7.7 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $22,930

5. Hyundai Ioniq Blue

  • Vehicle type: Hatchback
  • Plug-in or standard: Standard hybrid (plug-in available)
  • Total driving range: 690 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 58 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 8.9 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $23,200

6. Kia Niro Hybrid LX

  • Vehicle type: Compact SUV
  • Plug-in or standard: Standard hybrid (plug-in available)
  • Total driving range: 560 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 50 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 8.6 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $24,590

7. Lexus ES Hybrid 300h

  • Vehicle type: Sedan
  • Plug-in or standard: Standard hybrid
  • Total driving range: 581 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 44 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 8.1 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $41,810

8. Toyota Camry Hybrid LE

  • Vehicle type: Sedan
  • Plug-in or standard: Standard hybrid
  • Total driving range: 686 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 52 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 7.4 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $28,430

9. Toyota Prius Prime LE

  • Vehicle type: Hatchback
  • Plug-in or standard: Plug-in hybrid
  • Total driving range: 640 miles
  • All-electric range: 25 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 54 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 10.2 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $27,900

10. Toyota RAV4 Hybrid LE

  • Vehicle type: Compact SUV
  • Plug-in or standard: Standard hybrid
  • Total driving range: 580 miles
  • Fuel efficiency: 40 MPG
  • 0 to 60 mph: 7.1 seconds
  • Cost: Starting at $28,350
If you’re interested in going 100% electric, check out 10 of the fully electric cars on the market this year. Choosing a hybrid or electric car is a great way to reduce your impact on the planet. But one of the best ways you can help the environment is by switching to clean energy. Make the switch to 100% renewable energy today to support a greener, cleaner planet!

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