The Toyota Prius C doesn’t exactly impress experts, but the bottom line is it’s one of the cheapest hybrids available, according to a website that checks out “cheap”.
Find out “Cheapism’s” top picks for affordable hybrids – all designated Top Safety Picks by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
- The Toyota Camry Hybrid (starting at $25,990) outdoes other hybrid sedan under $26,000 with its performance and comfort, according to reviews, and with fuel efficiency of 43 miles per gallon in the city and 41 mpg on the highway.
- The Toyota Prius C (starting at $18,950) doesn’t exactly impress experts with the way it drives, but the bottom line is it’s one of the cheapest hybrids available and offers an almost unsurpassed 53 mpg city/46 mpg highway.
- The Kia Optima Hybrid (starting at $25,700) stands out for its fluid styling, prompting multiple reviewers to call it the best-looking car in its class. Even the base model includes plenty of bells and whistles.
- The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid (starting at $25,850), like the Optima, gets 35 mpg city/40 mpg highway and comes with extra features such as a power drivers seat and heated mirrors.