With gas prices still high, you may be looking to make the switch to a hybrid or electric vehicle. When choosing a hybrid or EV, you need to take certain factors into consideration that you don’t have to think about with a traditional gas-powered vehicle, such as charging rate and EV mileage range.
U.S. News & World Report took these factors into consideration, as well as starting price and fuel economy, when selecting its picks for the 2022 Best Hybrid and Electric Car winners. Here’s how much the winning vehicles will cost you.
Best Electric Vehicle: 2022 Kia EV6
Best Luxury Electric SUV: 2022 Tesla Model Y
- Starting MSRP: $62,990
- EV range: 330 miles
- Level 2 charging rate: 11.5 hours
Best Luxury Electric Car: 2022 Lucid Air
- Starting MSRP: $139,000
- EV range: 516 miles
- Level 2 charging rate: 13 hours
Best Hybrid Car: 2022 Toyota Prius
- Starting MSRP: $24,625
- Combined MPG: 56
Best Hybrid SUV: 2022 RAV4 Hybrid
- Starting MSRP: $29,075
- Combined MPG: 40
Best Luxury Hybrid: 2022 Lexus ES Hybrid
- Starting MSRP: $41,900
- Combined MPG: 44
Best Plug-In Hybrid: 2022 Hyundai Tucson Plug-In Hybrid
- Starting MSRP: $34,900
- Combined MPG: 35
- EV range: 33 miles
- Level 2 charging rate: 1.7 hours
Best Luxury Plug-In Hybrid: 2022 Volvo S60 Plug-In Hybrid
- Starting MSRP: $47,650
- Combined MPG: 31
- EV range: 40 miles
- Level 2 charging rate: 5 hours
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All data is sourced from U.S. News & World Report’s list of the 2022 Best Hybrid and Electric Cars and is accurate as of April 22, 2022.
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