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Move in style with fewer fuel stops.

Best Hybrid Cars | CarMax

These days, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to hybrid cars. Driving a hybrid vehicle that runs on a combination of a "traditional" engine and a battery-powered electric motor can help to cut down on the number of stops you have to make at the pump. If you’re looking to spend more time enjoying the open road, then a used hybrid car could be a great choice.

Hybrids have come a long way in the last decade and you might be wondering where to start you search. We’ve compiled a list of the best hybrid cars of 2018, based on CarMax vehicle and sales data from January 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018.

  1. Toyota Prius
    Best Hybrid Cars: Toyota Prius | CarMax
  2. Ford Fusion Hybrid
    Best Hybrid Cars: Ford Fusion Hybrid | CarMax
  3. Toyota Prius C
    Best Hybrid Cars: Toyota Prius C | CarMax
  4. Kia Optima Hybrid
    Best Hybrid Cars: Kia Optima Hybrid | CarMax
  5. Chevrolet Volt
    Best Hybrid Cars: Chevrolet Volt | CarMax
  6. Ford Fusion Energi
    Best Hybrid Cars: Ford Fusion Energi  CarMax
  7. Hyundai Sonata Hybrid
    Best Hybrid Cars: Hyundai Sonata Hybrid | CarMax
  8. Toyota Camry Hybrid
    Best Hybrid Cars: Toyota Camry Hybrid | CarMax
  9. Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
    Best Hybrid Cars: Lincoln MKZ Hybrid | CarMax
  10. Toyota Prius V
    Best Hybrid Cars: Toyota Prius V | CarMax

These selections can be a great starting point for your next vehicle search regardless of whether you're looking for a basic, no-frills hybrid, something a little more luxurious (such as the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid), or something in between. Many of these hybrids (like the Toyota Prius) even come in a wide range of trim options to suit your needs. And with optional features like keyless entry/ignition, sunroofs, voice controls, and more, driving a hybrid is more fun than ever before.

Interested in exploring more used car options? Check out some of these related CarMax articles on electric vehicles, small cars, and high-MPG cars:

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