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Best Hybrid and Electric Vehicles for 2018

Vehicle manufacturers started selling hybrid cars to consumers in 1999 after the amount of carbon dioxide emissions being released into the air was considered dangerous. There is a hybrid market that continues to expand and attract new buyers who are looking for vehicles with better fuel economy at a reduced price. A hybrid car is a type of vehicle that has an internal-combustion engine, a few electric motors, and a large battery. This new technology aims to reuse some of the waste that comes out of a regular gasoline-powered vehicle.

An electric car, on the other hand, does not operate on gasoline. There is no way to physically get gasoline into an electric vehicle. An electric car uses one large battery to power the vehicle. Every electric vehicle has a specific range suggested by the manufacturer. When the battery runs out of juice, it can easily be recharged at your house or at a public charging station.

What are some of the best hybrid and electric vehicles for 2018?

Mercedes-Benz B-class

The B-class must combine the luxury necessities of a typical Mercedes vehicle and function like a normal electric car. The seats are not as comfortable as an S-class sedan, but there are far superior to competing brands such as Ford and Nissan. The main concern with this vehicle is the weak battery that has a range of 87 miles.

Chevrolet Bolt (electric)

The Bolt is a lot of fun to drive. It is small, easy to control, and accelerates well. This car can reach 60 mph in 6.5 seconds. The Bolt can travel 190 miles on one charge, at highway speeds. It comes loaded with technology features including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Ford Focus (electric)

The electric Ford Focus rides similar to its gasoline-powered counterpart. This vehicle has an approximate range of 115 miles and a maximum speed of 84 mph. The seating arrangement in this vehicle is comfortable, but the cargo space is limited with a battery taking up a large portion of space within the vehicle.

Nissan Leaf

The leaf is a small, affordable electric vehicle. It is not the most luxurious vehicle in its class, but it gets you from place to place with no problems. There are additional features to be purchased, such as adaptive cruise control and camera-based, self-steering lane-keeping assist for a smoother ride. The small battery in the Leaf can run for 150 miles.

Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 is a new electric sedan with a standard 220-mile range. There is an option long-range battery that can go for 310 miles. The Model 3 is the fastest electric car on the market. It can reach 60 mph in about five seconds. For an additional cost, drivers can get a self-driving feature.