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Top five hybrid cars

The future of motoring is hybrid. With petrol and diesel cars set to be banned in the UK by 2040, now is the time to switch. Not only are you helping to save the planet, you are also saving money on petrol, tax and repair costs.

Toyota Prius

The most famous hybrid on the planet, the Toyota Prius was the car that really started off the hybrid craze. While it was once seen as a bit of a laughing stock, only for hippies and eco-warriors, the car has consistently been one of the best all-rounders on the market – not just out of hybrids but also when compared with traditional engine vehicles.

BMW i3

The BMW i3 proves that you can take German engineering and apply it to a hybrid. Built with carbon fibre so it’s ultra-lightweight, the interior’s ergonomic design matches the distinctive angular exterior that you expect with the BMW badge.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

One of the most striking hybrids on the market, the Mitsubishi Outlander is an SUV – yes you can get a hybrid SUV! While it’s not the cheapest, you’ll soon be saving money thanks to its excellent MPG and low emissions. It’s great for someone in the countryside or those seeking a decent size family car.

Lexus NX

For those after the best of both petrol and electric cars, the Lexus NX is a perfect combination. It’s powerful petrol engine and electric motor gives it an impress MPG and MPH. With a relaxing, refined drive, the luxury interior makes you feel just as at home as you would behind the wheel of a more traditional executive car.

Volkswagen Golf GTE

One of the models most associated with boy racers and young petrol heads, the Volkswagen Golf GTE takes the enormously popular model and plugs a hybrid engine inside. So you still get the power and prestige of a Golf, but you also get the low emissions and money savings of an electric. Ideal.


published: 12/09/2017 08:35:34

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