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2017 Chevrolet Bolt

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt is an extraordinary EV built for ordinary people with class-leading range that nearly eliminates range anxiety and a price tag that most people should be able to afford.

2017 Hyundai IONIQ Electric

The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric makes a fine entry to the world of electric vehicles, and its 124-mile range should meet the daily needs of most drivers, but a crop of upcoming electric vehicles competitors will boast over 200 miles of range.

2018 Toyota Camry

The latest Camry has gone under the knife for better looks and a drive that may just satisfy enthusiasts.

2017 Nissan Rogue

Nissan equips its Rogue small SUV with a hybrid drivetrain, but why does the engine never seem to stop?

2017 Toyota Prius Prime

The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime adds much flexibility and efficiency to the Prius's eco package with its electric range, but its compromises can make it more frustrating to live with.

2018 Lexus NX

Small adjustments to creature comforts underpin a relatively mild refresh for Lexus' smallest crossover.

2018 Toyota RAV4

Towing upgrades, a higher ride height and small styling revision have the new 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure ready to take on the great outdoors.

2017 Ford Fusion

The 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid makes many small, but positive changes that make this already competent midsize hybrid yet easier to recommend.

2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid

The 2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid makes a solid midsize sedan choice for its fuel economy and power, but it will need a generational update to catch up to the competition, which is beating it in fuel economy and cabin tech.

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid

The way that the Accord Hybrid's gasoline and electric motors interact is... unique. This leads to a sometimes awkward auditory driving experience.

2017 Chevrolet Volt

Not a quantum leap, but a big step forward. The new Volt really impresses.

2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

Whether you go plug-in or self-contained, the 2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is a solid performer in this class and an excellent tech value.

2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

Although the dashboard electronics and driver assistance systems fall behind the cutting edge, the 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid makes for an excellent all-around car due to its cargo versatility, all-wheel-drive, comfort and fuel economy.

2016 Toyota Prius

The 2016 Toyota Prius is the most fuel efficient car without a plug, but it's also surprisingly easy to live with thanks to its spacious comfortable cabin and an assortment of smart tech amenities.

2016 Audi A3 e-tron

The 2016 Audi A3 e-tron adds eco-friendliness and a bit of utility to the already premium A3, but it's far from the best choice for plug-in hybrid efficiency or EV range.

2016 Nissan Leaf

The 2016 Nissan Leaf's design and technology are getting long in the tooth, but a substantial boost in cruising range keeps the electric hatchback relevant amongst much younger competition.

2017 Kia Optima Hybrid

Buyers will have their choice between a more traditional hybrid setup and a brand-new plug-in hybrid variant.

2016 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan

The 2016 Volkswagen Jetta is a fun little runabout at an affordable price.