Best hybrid cars you don't have to plug in
Like the idea of a hybrid, but don't want to faff around with power cables at the end of every journey? Then these are the top 10 cars for you – and the models that look good on paper but are act...
Hybrids to avoid:
Ford Mondeo Hybrid
In most forms, the Mondeo is a pleasure to drive, but the hybrid version disappoints, because its petrol engine and electric motor struggle to work smoothly together and the ride is poorly controlled. It's also the least practical Mondeo you can buy, being a saloon rather than a hatchback.
Infiniti Q50 3.5h
The hybrid Q50 executive saloon puts performance before maximum efficiency, and with a combined output of 359bhp from its V6 petrol engine and electric motor, it’s certainly fast. Unfortunately, the steering is horribly inconsistent and the ride too firm, while poor resale values make it a painfully expensive private buy.
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