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Hybrids cars are now gaining and receiving praises as it give multiple option of fuel plus the economy to the owner. There is a huge tug of war between auto manufacturers to introduces best solution to their customer so that they could gain the control or at least access to different countries. So far Japan’s Giant company manufacturing Toyota is in leading role and deriving the market by its vision. There are so many models to discussed however we have selected 4 best hybrid models of 2016 for now which you can own…
In next blog, i will list down some best SUV out there for you..
4. Toyota Prius $ 25,000
With its blend of space and efficiency, the Prius is quite convincing in experts experience. The 50 mpg is easily achievable even at near-80-mph speeds. In the fun-to-drive department, however, it falls short from the mark, and the brakes feel odd. The cabin is mostly quiet, but the tires clomp or friction sounds loudly over broken roads. The seats are as usual comfortable, fold down the rear ones for 66 cubic ft of cargo room. A good responsive touch screen controls the major system. The Toyota Prius Eco model measures at 58 mpg city and 53 mpg highway. The model is well known and in demand in Asian markets as well. Prius is a lead model in hybrid for Toyota to own a crown in many countries.
3. Audi A3 e-tron $ 38,825
A pleasing and surprising blend of hybrid and hatchback, the A3 e-tron gives you Audi prestige and power, also an EPA rated 83–86 MPG. In justice, it’s been seeing just 40 MPG, but by most every performance measure the Audi A3 e-tron still bangs the BMW i3, the Chevrolet famous Volt, and the Ford C-Max Energi. A turbo 4 and a 6-speed automatic combined with an electric motor and battery bank. The Electric only range is measured at 16 miles. The Audi A3 model With 14 cubic feet of cargo space, this hatchback bizarre is roomy or spacious enough for everyday tasks.
The Audi A3 Sportback e-tron is powered with a 1.4 Liter TSI gasoline engine that delivers 148 bhp and 184 lb ft, combined with a 101 bhp electric motor, which is integrated into the A3’s six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission to get a total combined yield of 201 bhp and 243 lb ft. The plug-in hybrid has an 8.8 kWh battery bank that delivers an all-electric range of 50 km (31 mi) on the NEDC cycle, and a approximately total of 940 km (580 mi). The plug-in hybrid can achieve a top speed of 220 km/h (140 mph) and can get 100 km/h (62 mph) in 7.6 seconds. According to Audi the car has an average fuel efficiency of 187 mpg equivalent and carbondioxide emissions of 35 g/km.
2. Hyundai Ioniq
There is a long debate on hybrid and electric cars and other alternate fueling cars and still no such victory have seen so what Hyundai did for current year is that it simply now selling all type of models. That’s a wise decision by a company to put all claws in the market.
The Hyundai Ioniq is not on sale yet, but here’s the feature you should know. There will be all new 3 models: a hybrid, an EV model, and later in the spring of 2017, a plug-in. The hybrid and EV will go on sale in late 2016. The hybrid will have a 104-hp gas engine and a 43-hp fine electric motor, a six-speed transmission, and front-drive. The EV will have approx 118-hp electric motor and an estimated 155-mile range. A fast charger will be able to recharge its battery to 80% in 25 minutes. The plug-in will have the gas engine and a 60-hp fine electric motor.
The cabin looks quite conventional, with the hybrid and the plug-in point getting console-mounted shifters and the electric model giving push buttons to select gears. The cars on the stand in Geneva, attributes a large central touch screen in the dashboard with the promise of operating system integration with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. There’s also a re-configurable TFT gadget cluster and an inductive charging pad for your compatible smart phones.
1. Chevrolet Volt $ 33,995
Even though the Volt’s eco image is known by many, it’s in fact enjoyable to drive, without the range concern of complete electric car. Its gasoline hybrid power tran offers remarkable all-electric range, much better efficiency, and better acceleration. The all-electric range is around 53 miles; after that, the chevy gas engine starts up to recharge the battery bank and remain you going. Total driving range is around 420 miles. There are 5 seats, but the middle rear seat is almost out of use. Charge times of the battery are 13 hours on 120V and 4.5 on 240V.
The volts second generation has improved the battery performance and this model of a company have won many awards 2009 Green Car Vision Award, 2011 Green Car of the Year, 2011 North American Car of the Year and so on. So all up you need is time from your routine to get the car.