2016 Toyota Prius Two Eco

The 2016 Toyota Prius Two Eco is the best choice for most people. It doesn’t cost much more than comparable non-hybrid cars.

$25535 from Incentivate


2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is the most “normal” hybrid you can buy, a completely conventional, comfortable.

$26,835 from Incentivate


2016 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

The MKZ Hybrid is the least expensive and most fuel-efficient luxury hybrid you can buy, plus Lincoln offers an impressive collection of features.

$36115 from Incentivate


2016 Chevrolet

The Volt lets most commuters drive gas-free and remains fuel-efficient for longer trips, plus it feels like a true electric car and costs the least.

$33,995 from Incentivate


2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

The Sonata Plug-in Hybrid has half the electric range of our top pick, but that's still one of the longest of any plug-in hybrid.

$39,435 from Incentivate


Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine

The XC90 plug-in hybrid can seat seven where most plug-in SUVs can only seat five. Efficiency aside, it’s a fantastic vehicle.

$69,095 from Incentivate


2016 Honda Civic EX

Redesigned for 2016, the Civic has it all: good looks, great value, excellent fuel economy, high marks for safety, and an array of inviting features.

$21,875 from Incentivate


2016 Mazda3 i Sport

The Mazda3, available as a sedan or hatchback, is our previous top pick and still a very good choice. It’s more fun to drive than the Civic.

$21,930 from Incentivate


2016 Volkswagen Golf

The 2016 VW Golf rates highly in many of the same areas as the Honda Civic, but it's less well equipped and one of the least fuel-efficient.

$22,095 from Incentivate


2016 Kia Soul EV

The Kia Soul EV has great range, an affordable price, and the best set of high-tech features, making it an excellent all-around car that only gets better with electrification.

$34,000 from Incentivate


Tesla Model S 85 with 90 kwp battery option

The Tesla Model S is the best EV—heck, the best car!—if money is no object. But we can’t say the Tesla is the best EV for most people.

$89,000 from Incentivate


2016 Nissan LEAF SV with Quick Charge Package

The original affordable EV, the LEAF has lots of range and high-tech features, but it feels old next to our top pick and isn’t as useful.

$35,000 from Incentivate


Kia Soul + (Soul Plus)

Wrapped in an unashamedly boxy exterior, the Kia Soul costs the least yet gives up nothing in terms of interior comfort or cargo space.

$16,500 from Incentivate


Honda HR-V

The affordable and fuel-efficient HR-V has lots of backseat and cargo room and comes with many features for the money.

$23,000 from Incentivate


Buick Encore

The most luxurious of this lot, the Encore offers good looks, a handsomely trimmed cabin, and the quietest interior.

$22,700 from Incentivate


Honda Odyssey EX

The Honda Odyssey EX is well equipped, safe, fuel efficient, and remarkably good to drive for a minivan.

$33,500 from TrueCar


Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

The Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium offers way more than its competitors despite its lower price. With AWD, excellent fuel economy.

$25,835 from Incentivate


Mercedes-Benz C300

The C300 raises the bar for all small luxury cars with beautiful styling inside and out, the best balance of ride and handling, a terrific engine.

$49,000 from Incentivate


2016 Ram 1500 Big Horn

The Ram best balances the towing and hauling aspects of a good pickup with the comfort and utility of a big crossover.

$42,375 from Incentivate


Mazda CX-5 Touring

The Mazda CX-5 Touring dazzles with a great-looking exterior, a luxury-car-like interior, and top-notch driving dynamics.

$26,000 from Incentivate


2016 Honda CR-V

The Honda CR-V has plenty of room for both passengers and cargo, drives well, gets best-in-class fuel economy, and costs the least.

$26,500 from Incentivate