The freshest among the hybrids

For cars with one engine type it is almost impossible to compete with hybrid vehicles today in terms of technical characteristics and ease of use. Their only objective advantage at the moment is relative accessibility. However, in the course of operation more economical "combined" cars, as a rule, allow to compensate for the initial difference in price.


Due to this state of affairs, automakers are actively increasing their presence in the segment of hybrid vehicles. In order to understand what the buyer offers in this segment, it is enough to consider some "fresh" models that are presented in dealerships in 2019.


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Compact hybrid cars in 2019


  • Audi A3 Sportback E-tron


The manufacturer offers a special version of the car in a familiar all design. The model is completed with a 1.4-liter petrol engine TFSI in conjunction with an electric motor. The combined system allows you to reduce emissions to a level of 38 g/km.


  • BMW i3


This car differs from others in that it is "refined" from an electric car, and not from a car with an internal combustion engine. The REX index in the title is a reduction from range-extender (increased mileage per charge). Auxiliary is a compact two-cylinder petrol engine.


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  • Toyota Yaris Hybrid


One of the most compact among the full hybrid cars on the market. Having the greatest experience in making such cars, the Japanese have embodied all their knowledge of self-charging vehicles in Yaris. The manufacturer claims an average fuel consumption of 3.7 l/100 km.


Hybrid crossovers and SUVs in 2019


  • Toyota RAV4 Hybrid


The electric drive allows this version to remain the fastest among all RAV4 and spend an average of 7l/100km, which is considerably less than that of a gasoline car with similar dynamic characteristics. The newest RAV4 has become even more attractive, more comfortable and safer.


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  • Kia Niro Hybrid


Niro successfully fit into the overall picture of the segment. Using a combined gasoline-electric system, it is theoretically capable of consuming only 4 l/100 km. Also, the manufacturer tries to attract customers with an extended warranty.


  • Lexus RX450h


Masters of hybrid technology have spent the past two decades, improving their petrol-electric cars. Crossover RX450h has become the quintessence of these achievements. With an exemplary quality, this Lexus is offered in a five- or seven-seater performance. In a mixed cycle, the manufacturer promises to cost less than six liters per 100 km of run.


  • Toyota C-HR


The crossover has a "fill" Prius and a more extravagant crossover design. In addition to the bold "conceptual" design, the C-HR can offer users good dynamics with a small fuel consumption (about 3.8l/100km).


Hybrid family cars 2019


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  • Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid


This car is interesting because in the world it is offered in three versions: as a classic hybrid, with the possibility of recharging from the outlet, as well as a classic electric car. It is smaller than the same Prius, but is considered sufficiently capacious for daily use.


  • Toyota Prius


"Pratabo" of modern hybrid cars does not fall back and today. 2019 Prius is still considered one of the best in the market. A large number of modifications allows you to choose from "self-charging" or "plug-in" versions, as well as from different body variants.


Hybrid sports cars in 2019


  • BMW i8


This is a sports car that draws attention and can be charged from the outlet. In the latest version, it is available as a coupe or roadster. The sports car is accelerated to a hundred in 4.6 seconds and can drive more than 50 km without switching the gasoline engine.


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  • Honda NSX


The new NSX is a descendant of a well-known family. In its arsenal, the petrol V6 with dual turbocharged, three electric motors, a full drive and acceleration to hundreds in three seconds. The price in a car is appropriate: for one NSX you can buy up to five Prius.


  • Lexus LC500h


The Japanese exclusive sports car LC500h is equipped with a V-shaped six-cylinder 3.5-liter engine and electrical installation. In moderate mode, fuel consumption can remain within the range of 7-8l/100km, which is quite a bit, given the outstanding high-speed potential.


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