Reviews for New Cars - Hybrids

Year/Make/Model Base-Range Price Mileage Ratings

2013 Toyota Prius

The 2013 Toyota Prius is the best car for you if you want a hybrid classic with the latest in gas-electric tech.

The 2013 Toyota...

$25,300-$31,000 51/48/50 MPG

2013 Ford C-Max

The 2013 Ford C-Max is the best hybrid car for you if you want a fuel-saving compact four-door hatchback that combines advanced...

$27,000-$33,000 // MPG

2012 Chevrolet Volt

The 2012 Chevrolet Volt is the best car for you if you want a cutting-edge “green” vehicle that rewards with thrifty and emissions-free...

$41,000-$41,000 60/60/ MPG

2012 Toyota Prius v

The 2012 Toyota Prius v is the best hybrid station wagon for you if you need 67 cubic feet of cargo volume and want 42 mpg.

The...

$27,000-$33,000 44/40/ MPG

2012 Honda Insight

The 2012 Honda Insight hybrid is the best car for you if you’re a Honda diehard who puts fuel economy ahead of driving pleasure. ...

$19,000-$25,000 40/43/ MPG

2012 Toyota Prius

The 2012 Toyota Prius is the best hybrid for you if you’re thrilled to get 50 mpg without plugging one in -- and the equivalent of 95...

$24,760-$30,565 51/48/50 MPG

2011 Toyota Prius

The 2011 Toyota Prius is the best car for you if you want the most fuel-efficient hybrid on the road -- and aren’t self-conscious about...

$23,810-$29,080 51/48/50 MPG

2011 Honda Insight

The 2011 Honda Insight hybrid is the best car for you if you want one of America’s highest-mileage cars at a reasonable price -- and can...

$18,950-$24,015 40/43/41 MPG

2010 Toyota Prius

The 2010 Toyota Prius is the best car for you if you’re willing to spend on technology to save on gasoline. A fair trade-off? You decide...

$21,750-$28,475 51/48/ MPG