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The Lexus LC looks like a million bucks without feeling the need to shout about it.
The 2019 Land Rover Range Rover P400e promises big improvements to economy and performance, but electronic hiccups leave me hesitant to recommend the plug-in hybrid.
The 2018 BMW i3s is an expensive option for an electric city car. Sure, you pay for quality, but there are better, less pricey EV values out there.
Not the most thrilling three-row SUV, but one that's reliable and should last until the kids are grown and out of the house.
All substance and no style, the 2019 Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid is a practical and flexible dip into the world of plug-ins for those not quite ready for a full EV.
Toyota's three-row crossover still has plenty to offer, but is in need of an update.
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.
Excellent app integration with the cabin tech suite and excellent fuel economy are high points for the 2014 Lexus CT 200h, but it needs more power to justify its F Sport tuning and looks.
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.
The 2014 Lexus RX 450h isn't a sexy choice, but it is a strong performer and a comfortable luxury cruiser with one of the quietest power trains in its class.
The Honda Fit EV shows range similar to that of other compact electric cars on the market and drives well enough, but ultimately feels like a retrofit project car rather than a fully realized futuristic production vehicle.
Like other electric cars, the 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV offers limited usage scenarios due to its range, but its drivetrain is ultraefficient and surprisingly powerful.
Mileage has never varied more than it will between two 2012 Chevrolet Volt owners, but with regular charging, this part-time EV is capable of fantastic efficiency -- just don't look too hard at its dashboard.
Though there's much to like about the 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC350e EQ Power, the plug-in hybrid doesn't add much beyond cost and complexity over the nonhybrid version.
Yes, the 2018 Mini Countryman PHEV is the most fuel-efficient Mini, but only if you plug in often. Without regular recharges, it becomes difficult to justify the price premium for relative small mpg gains.
Acura packs the 2018 RLX Sport Hybrid with impressive features and a cutting-edge power train, making it a very good value, and it would be a truly excellent sedan if it had better cabin electronics.
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.
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.