12 Best Hybrid Cars in 2019: Photos and Details

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Which Hybrid Car Should You Buy?

While all hybrid cars offer better fuel economy than their non-hybrid stablemates, some are significantly more fuel-efficient than others. In addition, some hybrid vehicles sacrifice overall performance, cargo volume, and even passenger space to get those high fuel economy estimates. However, you’ll find a handful of hybrid cars that perform better than traditionally powered vehicles and provide spacious accommodations, inviting cabins, and attractive feature sets. 

When you’re spending a premium on a vehicle, it’s important to make sure you’re getting the best for your money. If you buy a hybrid vehicle that’s not very fuel-efficient, you may not see a return on the extra money invested. Saving money on fuel and reducing your carbon footprint surely has its merits, but it shouldn’t mean you have to settle for a vehicle that’s uninspiring, undesirable, or impractical.

We’ve ranked every hybrid car available today to help you make an educated buying decision. The following slides contain information related to each hybrid car’s pros, cons, crash test scores, predicted reliability rating, and standard features. You’ll also find each vehicle’s price, combined city and highway mpg, and U.S. News overall score.

Note that we update our scores and rankings on a regular basis as new data and expert research come in. For this reason, the scores in this slideshow may not match up precisely with the scores in our rankings and individual vehicle reviews.

Keep reading for details about the best hybrid cars in 2019.

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