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Best family hybrid cars 2022

Family cars are all about convenience and practicality: they need to take the stress out of busy daily routines involving ferrying the kids to school, shopping trips and last-minute dashes to an appointment. That’s why a self-charging hybrid car is one of the best options out there: it can help lower running costs, but you needn’t hunt around for charging points every few hundred miles.

They are more efficient in town than non-hybrids too, and cost less than similarly specced plug-in hybrid vehicles, making them a perfect fit for families looking for decent economy, fuss-free usability and a sensible price tag. Here are our top 10 hybrid family car picks.

ford Kuga

1. Ford Kuga

Battery range up to 35 miles
carwow price from
£316* / month (£27,399)
lexus NX Hybrid

2. Lexus NX

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£520* / month (£40,606)
nissan Qashqai

3. Nissan Qashqai

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£211* / month (£23,725)
renault Captur

4. Renual Captur

Battery range up to 28 miles
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£231* / month (£19,854)
toyota Corolla

5. Toyota Corolla

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£261* / month (£24,359)
toyota RAV4 Hybrid

6. Toyota RAV4

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£304* / month (£33,286)

7. Ford S-Max

honda CR-V

8. Honda CR-V

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£429* / month (£30,929)
hyundai Kona

9. Hyundai Kona

carwow price from
£185* / month (£19,963)
kia Niro

10. Kia Niro

Battery range up to 38 miles
carwow price from
£249* / month (£26,399)

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The Nissan Qashqai is one of the cheapest family hybrid cars on sale right now, carwow also has some great lease deals on this model as well as the impressive Hyundai Kona and luxurious Toyota C-HR.

The Ford S-Max is one of the biggest hybrid family cars out there, but the huge Ford Galaxy trumps it for size. The Kia Sorento and Hyundai Santa Fe are also impressively large and spacious, both can be had with either self-charging or plug-in hybrid engines. All of these models can seat seven, although the Ford Galaxy has the most space in its third row.

Most large SUVs are well suited to accommodating bulky car seats, the Kia Sorento in particular offers tons of passenger space, is tall enough so you don’t have to bend down when seating your child and undercuts most similarly-sized SUVs on price.