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4 Most Recommended Luxury Hybrid Cars You Should Consider Buying

If you are considering buying a luxury hybrid car, be sure to check out these four.

By TheCarzingTeam December 6, 2018 | Car Reviews

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With the continuously growing demand for environmentally-friendly vehicles, the popularity of hybrid cars is rapidly growing alongside it. Hybrid cars are propelled by the effective combination of electric and gasoline power. Such vehicles are also characterized by battery packs that can be recharged through the gasoline engine and through recaptured energy from acceleration and braking.

Are you aiming to buy a luxury hybrid vehicle? You’ll likely be surprised to find that there are now options available that effectively combine the advantages of a hybrid with all the features you love about luxury vehicles.

U.S. News and World Report’s Best Cars section has come up with a list of the best luxury hybrids. We are picking the four we most recommend,

2018 Lexus ES Hybrid

As the market anticipates the release of the 2019 model of this luxury vehicle, now is certainly the best time to buy it at a reasonable price tag. This luxury hybrid car from Lexus has an EPA-rating of 40 mpg in city driving and 39 mpg on the highway run. A full tank is enough to travel up to 700 miles.

Price tag is around $41,800.

“Now is the best time to buy the 2018 Lexus ES Hybrid at a reasonable price tag.”

2018 Infiniti Q70 Hybrid

You might want to add around $6,000 if you are considering buying the biggest sedan from Infiniti so you could have this hybrid powertrain. That addition will definitely be worth it. An additional 30 horsepower to its base V6 engine and higher fuel economy will certainly make it worth your while. The Q70 hybrid has an EPA rating of about 28 mpg and 33 mpg in city and highway driving, respectively.

Price tag is around $56,500.

2018 Acura MDX Hybrid

By now, you know that hybrid cars can also be as powerful as their gas-powered predecessors. The Acura MDX Hybrid certainly proves that theory. It has a hybrid drivetrain that can produce up to 31 more horsepower—321 horsepower generated through its V6 engine and electric motors. It has an EPA rating of 26 mpg and 27 mpg in city and highway driving, respectively. What is most impressive about this luxury hybrid is that it comes in all-wheel drive. It can also tap its electric energy supply to bring more torque to its wheels so that handling of the car can be significantly improved.

Price tag is around $52,100.

“By now, you know that hybrid cars can also be as powerful as their gas-powered predecessors.”

2018 Lexus RX Hybrid

The electric version of the posh midsize SUV from Lexus is proving to be a great hit. It has an all-wheel-drive powertrain that significantly bolsters the luxury vehicle’s mileage by up to 10 mpg. Thus, any car enthusiast would agree that it is a good buy given the efficiency and power ratings. The EPA rating is around 31 mpg and 28 mpg for city and highway driving, respectively. You would certainly want this luxury hybrid for its best features, which include the automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and a spacious/comfortable interior.

Price tag is around $45,700.

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