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Self-charging hybrid cars can help lower your running costs without needing to be charged up from a plug. Used self-charging hybrids can save you even more, knowing which ones are best can be a chore, so we’ve done the work for you.

Ford Kuga

1. Ford Kuga

Ford Kuga review
Battery range up to 35 miles
Honda Jazz

2. Honda Jazz

Honda Jazz review
Kia Niro

3. Kia Niro

Kia Niro review
Battery range up to 40 miles
Lexus NX Hybrid

4. Lexus NX

Lexus NX Hybrid review
Toyota Corolla

5. Toyota Corolla

Toyota Corolla review
Renault Clio

6. Renault Clio

Renault Clio review
Toyota Yaris Hybrid

7. Toyota Yaris

Toyota Yaris Hybrid review
Honda CR-V

8. Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V review
Hyundai Ioniq hybrid

9. Hyundai Ioniq

Hyundai Ioniq hybrid review
Suzuki Swace

10. Suzuki Swace

Suzuki Swace review

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As a superb all-rounder the BMW 330e is hard to beat. It’s great to drive and will deliver up to 34 miles on battery power which can equate to a big saving on the daily commute. New models come with hefty price tags, but you can find some great deals on one and two year old models.

The answer to this depends on what your specific needs are. A Toyota Yaris is hard to beat as a frugal city car, while the Ford Kuga SUV hybrid is both efficient and very capable on the open road.

The Hyundai Ioniq makes a strong case for itself as one of the best value used hybrids a round. Now that it is no longer in production, you can find great deals on 2018 to 2022 models. All trims come with a decent level of standard equipment and they’re easy to drive.

As with any used car, make sure that it comes with a verifiable service history. A hybrid delivers its best fuel economy around town so it might not be the best choice for you if you spend a lot of time on the motorway. 

A self-charging hybrid doesn’t need to be plugged in as the battery pack is charged while you are driving. The downside is that you get little to no range on purely electric power. If you have access to a charging point then a plug-in hybrid may be a good alternative.

Most modern hybrids are well-built and offer good fuel economy in the right driving conditions. However, even the best hybrid car can quickly become a headache if it is unreliable or expensive to maintain.  So make sure to check the service and recall history of the hybrid car you are looking to purchase beforehand.