Ford packs innovation and familiarity into the new 20201 F-150, hoping to prove they still build America’s #1 truck.
If you’re looking for a hybrid, you’d be hard pressed to go wrong here, especially as it is pretty much in a segment of its own.
It’s hard to believe that it has been a full four years since we tested an Escape. A lot has changed since then, and an all-new and comprehensively changed 2020 Ford Escape is here.
The UX’s chiseled shape is carefully crafted to be aggressive looking, but aerodynamically efficient.
The Corolla Hybrid is a well rounded package at an affordable price. It’s a car that appeals as easily to existing hybrid drivers as it does to those who have never given hybrids a chance.
The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV brings a plug-in hybrid with 22-miles of EV range to Mitsubishi’s SUV lineup.
Priced strongly to undercut the Prius Prime and with much better looks, perhaps the 2018 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In is the new PHEV king?
The 2018 Kia Niro PHEV subtly re-calibrates your brain to drive as economically as possible. Regenerative braking, coasting, and four separate driving modes provide all the motivation for you to strive for efficiency.
The last Highlander felt very vanilla. Good, but kind of bland. The Highlander Limited Platinum feels like a whole new animal.
The 2017 Kia Niro is an incognito hybrid. It combines fuel-efficient hybrid technology with the modern compact crossover platform. It sets itself apart not in appearance or flair, but by the values and features it provides beneath its skin.