Five Best Hybrid Cars for 2020
GreenCar's Top Five Best Hybrid Cars for 2020
Looking around the driving landscape, it seems like hybrid cars are a big part of our automotive present and future. With many major brands moving away from a dependence on fossil fuels, the last several years have seen a dramatic rise in the number of hybrid cars produced in the world. Even better, attractive hybrid vehicles are now available with newer 2020 models ready to test drive.
Honda Accord Hybrid
Many drivers enjoy the Honda Accord Hybrid because it offers fuel economy without the compromise. It’s a fun driving experience, plus it offers several standard and available convenience and safety features. This Honda hybrid is also known for having a truly cavernous interior so the driver and passengers have plenty of space to spread out.
Toyota Camry Hybrid
The Camry Hybrid offers drivers smooth acceleration as well as a comfortable ride. Toyota has been in the hybrid game for a long time and a customer can tell when they get behind the wheel of one of these Toyota cars. There is a refined feel to the drive, and many drivers like the layout of the interior with impressive trunk space.
Having just returned to the market last year, the Honda Insight has quickly impressed customers with its spacious interior and strong acceleration. This Honda hybrid comes with connectivity features like Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ for those times you want to stay in touch while you are on the road.
Toyota Avalon Hybrid
People who are want a larger hybrid car may find this vehicle an excellent solution to their search. There are a lot of standard and available features to enjoy. It offers a luxury driving experience, and many enjoy the quick acceleration.
Lexus ES 300h
If you are looking for a hybrid that will allow you to enjoy a luxury sedan lifestyle, this Lexus hybrid might be for you. This vehicle offers drivers exquisite comfort plus a quiet and relaxing ride. Drivers will also be impressed with the rich interior touches.
For more information on hybrids, read our Definitive Guide to Hybrid Cars.