2014 is finally here the cars that people have been yearning for have started rolling into the markets. Hybrid cars are a personal favorite for so many people. There was a time when they were just a mere dream owing to their ridiculously high prices. However, with the cutthroat competition in the motor industry now there are so many options to select from not only in terms of prices but also performance and fuel efficiency.
Generally when it comes to being economical with fuel, cars seem to get better with each year’s model. The hybrid cars in 2014 are definitely not an exception. You can be sure that you will be able to get a high performance car that does not siphon cash from your wallet aimlessly. This 2014, the most fuel-efficient hybrids have to be the plug-ins. Vehicles such as the Chevy Volt are topping the list of the best hybrid cars in 2014 thanks to their fuel consumption.
Other hybrids of 2014 include:
* 2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid
* 2014 Toyota Prius Hybrid
* 2014 Honda Insight Hybrid
* 2014 Lexus RX Hybrid
They are listed in no particular order but starting out with Toyota. When it comes to manufacture of fabulous hybrids, Toyota is clearly a world leader. The Prius has to be one of the most popular of the hybrids in the market. This 1.8 liter hybrid is clearly the most economical car that you can ever purchase. Its exterior is a real head turner.
The Lexus RX hybrid is also an impressive car with truly remarkable features. It is one of those cars that speak a different language (definitely a better one) when it comes to design, innovation and performance. Honda Insight and Honda Accord Hybrid stand out amidst the already congested market. The Honda Insight hybrid looks so much like the Toyota Prius V but it a little bit more expensive. It was introduced in the US as the first gas-hybrid. That was in 1999 but in 2010 it was made even better. The 2014 model is definitely one that is worth buying.
There are other hybrids that perform excellently, they have the fuel-efficiency people look for but they do not come at a cheap price. They include:
* 2014 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
* 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid
* 2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid
Their prices revolve somewhere around $30,000 give or take a few more thousands. Nonetheless when you purchase them you will not be getting serious value for your money. Even the Toyotas aforementioned, it is not that they are so cheap. They are just more affordable when compare to these three.