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Every Plug-In-Hybrid Vehicle for Sale in the U.S. Today

Audi Q5 55 TFSI e

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The Audi Q5 55 TFSI e builds on an already-great compact luxury crossover. With 362 horsepower, the plug-in hybrid powertrain nets the Q5 an additional 161 horses over the entry-level Q5 40 TFSI. We hope you like the squareback Q5’s looks, though, because Audi doesn’t offer the plug-in powertrain in the more style-focused Q5 Sportback.

  • Base price: $58,595
  • Estimated electric driving range: 23 miles


Bentley Bentayga Hybrid


Just because you have north of $200,000 to spend on a Bentley doesn’t mean you want to spend even more of your hard-earned dough at the gas station. The gasoline-electric Bentley Bentayga plug-in hybrid allows owners of this big SUV to enjoy the cossetting qualities that define the British ultraluxury brand, while also affording up to an estimated 27 miles of battery-powered driving range. Opt for the entry-level plug-in Bentayga and you’re looking at a stately SUV capable of producing a peak of 443 horsepower. Not enough power for you? Then the pricier plug-in Bentayga Azure or S trims’ 455 horsepower may be more to your liking.

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Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid


If the plug-in Bentley Bentayga isn’t your style, then maybe the Flying Spur sedan is. Also available with a plug-in hybrid powertrain, the Flying Spur hybrid’s gasoline-electric setup endows this big four-door with 536 horsepower and up to 21 miles of EPA-rated electric-only driving range.

BMW 330e


Like the rest of the BMW 3-series lineup, the plug-in 330e benefits from a slight makeover for 2023 that brings an updated exterior and interior to the small sports sedan. Positioned just above the 330i in the 3-series model line, the plug-in 330e’s gasoline-electric powertrain produces 288 horsepower—33 horses more than its less powerful gas-only kin. Sure, the plug-in bits add heft to the 330e and the battery pack cuts into cargo volume, but for many, these are small prices to pay to get behind the wheel of a 3-series with an estimated battery-powered driving range of 23 miles on a full charge.

  • Base price: $45,895
  • Estimated electric driving range: 23 miles


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BMW 530e


Like the smaller 330e, the mid-size BMW 530e plug-in hybrid sits just above the 530i in the 5-series pecking order. It also shares the 330e’s 288-hp plug-in powertrain. Thanks to its sizeable battery pack, which nets the 530e less trunk space relative to its strictly gas-fed counterparts, BMW’s plug-in mid-size sedan benefits from an EPA-rated electric driving range of 21 miles.

BMW X5 xDrive45e


If the four-cylinder-based plug-in powertrains of the BMW 330e and 530e sedans fail to get your heart racing, then maybe the six-cylinder-based setup that powers the gasoline-electric X5 xDrive45e will. With a combined output of 389 horsepower, the plug-in X5 scooted its way to 60 mph in a mere 4.7 seconds under our watch. The X5 xDrive45e balances this grunt with a sizeable electric driving range, too, with the EPA estimating this mid-size luxury SUV will travel 31 miles on battery power alone before firing up its gas engine.

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Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid


If you can live without the gas-powered Chrysler Pacifica’s available Stow ‘n Go second-row seats, which can flip and fold into cubbies in the floor to create a vast, flat load space, the Pacifica’s available plug-in hybrid powertrain may be worth a look. As a bonus, the hybrid’s second-row seats feature additional padding, which makes these chairs far more comfortable. Of course, the macro benefit of opting for this hybrid family hauler is its electric-only driving capability. With a full charge of its battery pack, the plug-in Pacifica is capable of traveling 32 miles on electricity alone, according to the EPA.

Ferrari 296GTB and GTS


Ferrari’s entry-level plug-in hybrid model bears the name 296GTB in coupe form and GTS in its drop-top setup. Entry-level, of course, is a bit of a misnomer, because, with a starting price of more than $300,000, the 296’s cost of entry requires far more than chump change. That sum, however, nets an 819-hp gasoline-electric powertrain that’s sure to push this Ferrari past the mile-a-minute mark in less than three ticks of the second hand. Its 10 miles of electric-only driving range won’t take its driver very far on battery power alone, but given the sweet sounds that emit from this Italian sports car’s mid-mounted V-6, it’s likely most owners will avoid driving the 296 in its battery-electric drive mode anyway.

  • Base price: $338,255
  • Estimated electric driving range: 10 miles


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Ferrari SF90 Stradale and Spider


It’s unlikely you’ll ever see a 986-hp Ferrari SF90 Stradale or Spider (SF90-speak for coupe and convertible, respectively) parked next to a Hyundai Ioniq 5 at a public charger, but it’s possible. Thanks to its plug-in powertrain, the SF90 can travel an estimated 9 miles on battery power alone. When it comes time to burn fuel, a 769-hp twin-turbo V-8 comes into play. This engine works with the car’s three electric motors (two up front, one in back) to accelerate the SF90 with vigor. Don’t believe us? Well an SF90 Stradale we tested accelerated 60 mph in a mere 2.3 seconds.

  • Base price: $524,815
  • Estimated electric driving range: 9 miles


Ford Escape PHEV


The Ford Escape PHEV uses a four-cylinder gas engine and an electric motor to produce a combined output of 210 horsepower. Like all 2023 Escapes, the plug-in model benefits from improvements to its interior and exterior designs and the latest iteration of Ford’s infotainment system. With a starting price of $41,995, the PHEV is the priciest powertrain option in the Escape model line. Nonetheless, this sum nets the PHEV an estimated electric-only driving range of up to 37 miles. That’s enough range for many owners to complete their daily commute on battery-power alone.

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Hyundai Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid


The plug-in Hyundai Santa Fe uses a 178-hp turbocharged inline-four and a 90-hp electric motor to produce a combined 261 horsepower. That’s 35 horsepower more than the regular hybrid! Both all-wheel drive and a six-speed automatic transmission come standard. Though the PHEV Santa Fe sports a sizeable EPA-rated range of 31 miles, keeping this SUV’s gas engine from firing up is a difficult task. Simply put, the electric motor lacks the grunt to push this hefty Hyundai around at a reasonable pace.

Hyundai Tucson Plug-In Hybrid


The daring design of the new Hyundai Tucson helps it stand out in the crowded compact SUV segment. Opt for the PHEV model, and Hyundai equips the Tucson with a 261-hp gasoline-electric powertrain. All-wheel drive and a six-speed automatic transmission both come standard. Though the Tucson lacks some of the polish of its Santa Fe sibling, the compact Hyundai SUV base price undercuts the plug-in Santa Fe’s base price by nearly $5000.

  • Base price: $38,635
  • EPA-rated electric driving range: 33 miles


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Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe


With the demise of its available 5.7-liter V-8 for 2023, the two-row Grand Cherokee now offers just two options for motivation: a strictly gas-fed V-6 or a plug-in hybrid with a turbocharged inline-four and two electric motors. Opting for the latter nets the two-row Grand Cherokee a combined output of 375 horsepower and up to 26 miles of EPA-rated range. Alas, the powertrain works better on paper than in practice, as the setup’s clunky transition between its power sources feels unbecoming of a vehicle with a starting sum of more than $61,000.

  • Base price: $61,660
  • EPA-rated electric driving range: 26 miles


Jeep Wrangler 4xe

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The Jeep Wrangler 4xe produces 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque from its hybrid powertrain. It’s not some pavement dweller, either, as the features sheet includes items such as a pair of solid Dana 44 axles, a two-speed transfer case, and more than 10 inches of ground clearance. If you’re worried about what dunking your Jeep would do to the electric components, Jeep claims the 4xe’s high-voltage parts are sealed and waterproof. Getting out and measuring the puddle with a stick probably wouldn’t hurt, though.

  • Base price: $56,530
  • EPA-rated electric driving range: 22 miles


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Kia Niro PHEV


Now in its second generation, the 2023 Kia Niro changes the script on its available plug-in powertrain. No longer a plug-in analog to the plug-less Niro hybrid, the latest Niro PHEV retains its ability to motor about for miles (approximately 33 by Kia’s estimates—seven more miles than we saw in our testing) on battery power alone, but now adds extra power to the mix. With a combined 180 horsepower on tap, the Niro PHEV outmuscles its hybrid counterpart by 41 horses. This allowed the PHEV to hit the mile-a-minute mark in 7.3 seconds under our watch, notably better than the 8.9-second time we recorded in the hybrid.

  • Base price: $35,165
  • Estimated electric driving range: 33 miles


Kia Sorento PHEV


If you’re a fan of the 10Best-winning Kia Telluride, but your heart is set on a PHEV, then the Sorento is worth checking out. Though smaller than the Telluride, the Sorento retains many of its bigger sibling’s best qualities. It even offers a third row of seats, though it’s a far less spacious third-row relative to that of the Telluride. For some, that rearmost row may be a dealbreaker. Yet, those able to put up with the plug-in Sorento’s more compact size will find an SUV capable of traveling an estimated 32 miles on battery power alone. Keep a light foot, though, as the electric motor’s limited power makes it difficult to keep this plug-in SUV from firing up its gas engine when accelerating from a stop.

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Lexus NX450h+


The Lexus NX450h+ takes the top spot in the hierarchy of NX powertrains. With 302 horsepower, the NX450h+ rocketed its way to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds—a full 2.0 seconds ahead of the less powerful, plugless NX350h. Unfortunately, the performance-focused NX450h+’s lateral dynamics fail to match up with its straight-line speed. Those who don’t prioritize driving dynamics likely won’t care, though. Instead, they’ll likely find more value in this Lexus’s 37 miles of EPA-rated electric driving range.

  • Base price: $57,705
  • EPA-rated electric driving range: 37 miles


Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring

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The Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring is the luxury brand’s 494-hp plug-in-hybrid variant of its three-row mid-size model. This plug-in Lincoln’s plentiful power allows it to leave the line with gusto. Alas, it’s not exactly the most efficient PHEV out there. During our 75-mph highway fuel-economy test, the PHEV Aviator returned 25 mpg, just 3 mpg better than the gas-only Aviator. Although it’s possible to get 21 miles of battery-powered driving from the Aviator Grand Touring, the model’s hefty $71,585 base price means it’ll take many, many, many years of primarily electric-only driving to cover the extra coin Lincoln charges for the Aviator’s plug-in Grand Touring trim.

  • Base price: $71,585
  • EPA-rated electric driving range: 21 miles


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Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring


The Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring is the American luxury brand’s compact plug-in hybrid SUV option, and it offers an EPA-estimated 28 miles of battery-electric driving. Unlike the Aviator Grand Touring, the Corsair Grand Touring takes a much less performance-focused approach to the PHEV formula, with the last plug-in Corsair we tested requiring a ho-hum 7. 0 seconds to accelerate to 60 mph. Its pricing, however, follows in the tread marks of its bigger stablemate, and at $55,280, the very well-equipped Corsair Grand Touring stickers for around $15,000 more than the entry-level strictly gas-powered Corsair.

  • Base price: $55,280
  • Estimated electric driving range: 28 miles


McLaren Artura


The McLaren Artura carries on the gasoline-electric tradition of the brand’s gone-but-not-forgotten P1 supercar. With 671 horsepower, this mid-engine machine is capable of rocketing to a top speed of 205 mph, while also driving up to 11 miles on battery-power alone.

  • Base price: $237,500
  • EPA-estimated electric driving range: 11 miles


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2023 Ford Escape Review, Pricing, and Specs


When the original Ford Escape launched back in 2001, it leaned into a made-for-the-trail image with rugged styling, available V-6 power, and a sophisticated-for-its-time all-wheel drive system. These days, the Bronco Sport, which shares its platform with the Escape, credibly covers the small off-road SUV market for Ford, leaving the similarly sized Escape to pursue a softer lifestyle. Front-drive is standard and all-wheel drive is still available, but there’s nothing rugged about the rest of the package, which can be had with either of two hybrid powertrains—one a plug-in—as well as either a turbocharged three- or four-cylinder engine. The Escape’s styling is handsome and its cabin is spacious for both people and cargo, though not particularly upscale. Performance is average for the class, but if you’re someone who values the driving part of transporting yourself somewhere you’ll find a lot more to love in lively rivals such as the Mazda CX-50 and the Volkswagen Tiguan.

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STARTING AT: $28,815


Ford Escape

STARTING AT: $29,495

What’s New for 2023?

Ford has given the Escape an attractive new front end for 2023, complete with a wider grille that features the brand’s ovoid logo. The hood and front bumper have also been massaged and a host of new wheel designs dress up the side view. Gone are the familiar S, SE, SEL, and Titanium trims in favor of a new lineup that now includes Active, ST-Line, and Platinum models. The plug-in hybrid (PHEV) model stands alone as its own trim and all models migrate from Sync 3 to Sync 4 for infotainment needs. The Sync 4 system is capable of over-the-air updates and a larger 13.2-inch infotainment display is optional. All models now come with an 8.0-inch digital gauge display, which can be increased to a larger 12.3-inch unit on select models. The ST-Line provides a sportier look, although it’s entirely cosmetic.

Pricing and Which One to Buy











    We’d go with the new ST-Line model as it’s the cheapest way to unlock the more powerful 250-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder. Doing so requires the Select package, which also adds all-wheel drive. The ST-Line comes with unique 18- or 19-inch wheels, body-colored lower cladding, a mesh grille, and a rear spoiler. The interior is dressed in all black with red contrast stitching and a flat-bottomed steering wheel. To increase the Escape ST-Line’s digital footprint, opt for the Premium Technology package, which substitutes a 13.2-inch infotainment display and 12.3-inch digital gauge display for the Escape’s standard 8.0-inch units.

    Engine, Transmission, and Performance

    The Escape offers a wide range of powertrains, starting with a 181-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine that can be had with either front- or all-wheel drive. To tackle competition in the form of the Honda CR-V hybrid and the Toyota RAV4 Prime, Ford offers two Escape hybrids—one of which is a plug-in—and those powertrains consist of a 2.5-liter four-cylinder and two electric motors which combine to make 210-hp. The base turbo-three gas engine, while somewhat grumbly and unrefined, provides adequate acceleration and managed to motivate an all-wheel-drive Escape SE to 60 mph in 7. 7 seconds at our test track; the plug-in hybrid model matched this result. Upgrading to the 250-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder is the compelling choice and was powerful enough to score a 5.7-second result in the same 60-mph test. Both gasoline engines are paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission; the hybrids employ a continuously variable transmission.

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    Range, Charging, and Battery Life

    The plug-in hybrid model carries an 11.2-kWh battery pack, which is good enough for an EPA-estimated 37 miles of electric-only driving. During our highway fuel economy testing, we managed 25 miles of highway driving before the battery ran out of juice and the Escape switched to gasoline power.

    Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

    According to the EPA, the turbocharged 1. 5-liter three-cylinder model with front-wheel drive offers the highest fuel economy estimates among non-hybrid Escape models. It’s rated for 27 mpg city, 33 mpg highway, and 30 mpg combined; adding all-wheel drive drops those numbers to 26 mpg city, 31 mpg highway, and 28 mpg combined. We tested an all-wheel-drive model with the turbo three-cylinder and managed an impressive 35 mpg during our 75-mph highway fuel economy route. Although the larger turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with all-wheel drive is rated for 23 mpg city, 31 mpg highway, and 26 mpg combined, we ended up with a 32-mpg highway result in our testing. For those seeking the most efficient Escape, look no further than the plug-in hybrid model, which earns EPA fuel economy ratings as high as 44 mpg city; in our testing, the Escape PHEV returned 36 MPGe on our highway fuel economy route. For more information about the Escape’s fuel economy, visit the EPA’s website.

    Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

    The Escape’s cabin is handsomely styled and spacious for both front- and rear-seat occupants. Although there are some low-rent plastic panels in lower-end trims, the Escape’s ST-Line and Platinum models look and feel more premium. Textured cloth seat upholstery is standard, while the Platinum model receives convincing faux-leather seating surfaces as standard. Behind the Escape’s rear seat is a capacious cargo hold that provides space for up to eight carry-on suitcases, which ties its crosstown rival, the Chevrolet Equinox. We fit 21 cases with the Escape’s rear seats folded, but the Equinox held two more.

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    Infotainment and Connectivity

    While base models come with an 8.0-inch infotainment system, Active trim levels and higher can be optioned with a larger 13.2-inch touchscreen display. Both screens run Ford’s latest Sync 4 infotainment interface and offer Android Auto as well as wireless Apple CarPlay capability. The system accepts over-the-air updates and Ford says the Escape will automatically update itself so the owner doesn’t have to worry about using an outdated version of the software. A 10-speaker B&O Play audio system, in-dash navigation, a pop-up head-up display, and a 12.3-inch digital gauge display are all optional features.

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    Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

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    Ford is offering a suite of driver-assistance features, which it calls Co-Pilot360, as standard on every Escape model. For more information about the Escape’s crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

    • Standard forward-collision warning with automated emergency braking
    • Standard lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist
    • Standard blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert

    Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

    Ford’s standard warranty package is fairly basic, especially compared to rivals such as the Hyundai Tucson and the Kia Sportage, both of which offer far longer powertrain coverage. The Escape hybrid and plug-in hybrid will both come with a policy that’s specific to those models’ electrified powertrains and provides up to 100,000 miles worth of protection.

    • Limited warranty covers 3 years or 36,000 miles
    • Powertrain warranty covers 5 years or 60,000 miles
    • Hybrid component warranty covers 8 years or 100,000 miles
    • No complimentary scheduled maintenance

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    2020 Ford Escape SE 1. 5T AWD


    front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door hatchback


    $30,485 (base price: $29,790)


    turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 12-valve inline-3, aluminum block and head, port and direct fuel injection

    91 cu in, 1496 cc

    181 hp @ 6000 rpm

    190 lb-ft @ 3000 rpm


    8-speed automatic


    Suspension (F/R): struts/multilink

    Brakes (F/R): 13.0-in vented disc/11.9-in disc

    Tires: Continental ProContact TX, 225/65R-17 102H M+S


    Wheelbase: 106.7 in

    Length: 180.5 in

    Width: 74.1 in

    Height: 66.1 in

    Passenger volume: 103 cu ft

    Cargo volume: 34 cu ft

    Curb weight: 3494 lb

    Rollout, 1ft: 0. 3 sec
    60 mph: 7.7 sec
    100 mph: 23.5 sec

    Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 8.3 sec

    Top gear, 30–50 mph: 4.1 sec

    Top gear, 50–70 mph: 5.4 sec

    Standing ¼-mile: 15.9 sec @ 87 mph

    Top speed (governor limited): 122 mph

    Braking, 70–0 mph: 162 ft

    Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad*: 0.84 g



    Observed: 26 mpg

    75-mph highway driving: 35 mpg

    Highway range: 540 miles


    Combined/city/highway: 28/26/31 mpg

    2020 Ford Escape Titanium 2.0T AWD


    front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door hatchback


    $40,270 (base price: $37,880)


    turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 16-valve inline-4, aluminum block and head, direct fuel injection

    120 cu in, 1974 cc

    250 hp @ 5500 rpm

    280 lb-ft @ 3000 rpm


    8-speed automatic


    Suspension (F/R): struts/multilink

    Brakes (F/R): 13. 0-in vented disc/11.9-in disc

    Tires: Bridgestone Ecopia H/L 422 Plus, 225/55R-19 99H M+S


    Wheelbase: 106.7 in

    Length: 180.5 in

    Width: 74.1 in

    Height: 68.6 in

    Passenger volume: 103 cu ft

    Cargo volume: 34 cu ft

    Curb weight: 3731 lb

    Rollout, 1ft: 0.3 sec
    60 mph: 5.7 sec
    100 mph: 15.5 sec
    120 mph: 25.7 sec

    Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 6.6 sec

    Top gear, 30–50 mph: 3.0 sec

    Top gear, 50–70 mph: 4.0 sec

    Standing ¼-mile: 14.3 sec @ 96 mph

    Top speed (governor limited): 126 mph

    Braking, 70–0 mph: 168 ft

    Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad*: 0.85 g


    Observed: 22 mpg

    75-mph highway driving: 32 mpg

    Highway range: 500 miles


    Combined/city/highway: 26/23/31 mpg

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