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Best hybrid Motability cars of 2024

There are some great hybrid cars available through the Motability scheme, ranging from small city-friendly hatchbacks to large family-friendly SUVs.

Going the hybrid route is a great way to lower running costs without having to rely on a still-developing electric charging infrastructure. They also make more sense if you don’t have ready access to a domestic charging point.

Our carwow team has selected 10 of the best hybrid Motability cars currently available for you to pick from. To help you pick the right one, our experts at carwow have picked 10 of the best electric Motability

Renault Captur

1. Renault Captur E-Tech

Renault Captur review
Battery range up to 28 miles
Ford Kuga

2. Ford Kuga

Ford Kuga review
Battery range up to 35 miles
Renault Clio

3. Renault Clio E-Tech Hybrid

Renault Clio review

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Toyota Yaris Hybrid

4. Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Toyota Yaris Hybrid review
Lexus UX

5. Lexus UX

Lexus UX review
Renault Arkana

6. Renault Arkana

Renault Arkana review
Hyundai Kona Hybrid

7. Hyundai Kona Hybrid

Hyundai Kona Hybrid review
Suzuki Swace

8. Suzuki Swace Estate Hybrid

Suzuki Swace review
Toyota C-HR (2016-2023)

9. Toyota C-HR

Toyota C-HR (2016-2023) review
Mazda 2 Hybrid

10. Mazda 2 Hybrid

Mazda 2 Hybrid review

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Hybrid Motability cars FAQs

There are currently 50 hybrid cars from 10 auto manufacturers available on the Motability scheme. Manufacturers include DS, Ford, Hyundai, Toyota and Vauxhall.

Most are self-charging hybrids, although some, like the Renault Captur, Vauxhall Grandland, Peugeot 308, Hyundai Tucson and Ford Kuga are available as plug-in hybrids. This makes the initial deposit a bit higher but they give you far more all-electric range – as long as you have a convenient place to charge them.

The Renault Clio E-Tech Hybrid in Evolution trim and Toyota Yaris Hatchback in Icon trim are currently available with no advance payment/deposit required. If you prefer one of the higher trim levels from either brand, then you will have to pay in a small amount up front.

In the case of the Yaris, you can move up to the Design trim for £145, and the Clio can be had with the Techno trim for an additional £495. In general, going for a high trim level can hugely increase your deposit figure, for example, the top-spec GR Sport Toyota Yaris will cost an additional £2,895.