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Best Hybrid Cars for 2019 & 2020 ― Top-Rated Hybrids and Plug-In Hybrids

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    Mark Takahashi and Will Kaufman break down the best hybrid cars for 2019 and 2020 chosen by the experts at Edmunds. They also highlight the best plug-in …


    Everyone should have a now, if not an electric. Kona, and Corolla are top.

    Patrick Soon

    I'm surprised the Volvo XC60 T8 didn't make the ranking.

    K T

    Honda Clarity for the win!!!!!!

    A-Z Tech

    Are you kidding me you did not include the Hyundai ioniq hybrid…….. what about the corolla hybrid….. idk about these picks not good imo

    James Wisrik

    Prius prime range 640 miles. Wow. 5hr full charge on 110v outlet. Plus Toyota quality durability and RELIABILITY. Toyota .. Always get you back home.

    ad stix

    How come the 52 mpg Toyota Corolla hybrid is missing from this line – up?

    Right Lane Hog

    Folks, If you are too lazy to shift your own gears you really ought to drive a #Hybrid.

    Patrick Carey

    Hyundai Sonata. Poor seller but a superior hybrid system. Much more advanced than Prius.

    Justin Xu

    TOYOTA!!!!!!! They have perfected every hybrid vehicle!!!!!!!! Love my RAV4 XSE Hybrid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid has my vote with the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid getting my pick for a bigger hybrid. Great video list.

    Alan Bowers

    To me hybrids still command a initial premium that arent always recouped in a timely manner. Plug-in's definitely step that up if you can manage a good portion of your driving in pure EV mode but are still a financial premium initially. A vehicle like the RAV4 does it right when the price isnt substantially more than the base model, and adds the E-AWD which is perfect for most owners who need that little bit extra traction.

    Luis González

    Kudos to the Asian brands!

    Joe Luck

    That blue C2 in the background though 👌

    Joe E.

    The only brand I trust is Toyota. Hondas are questionable as they always try to be at par with Toyotas but they fail everytime when it comes to hybrids. Same with other brands. Sorry but that's the truth.


    Kia Niro?

    Josh Miller

    Thanks for the list. I think the Chevrolet Volt and Hyundai Ioniq are my picks. Although not a huge honda fan, the Honda Accord Hybrid doesn't look too bad. Why did the Chevrolet Volt get discontinued?

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