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The best used hybrid SUVs of 2024

If you’ve got a lot of stuff and a lot of people to cart about from place to place, an SUV can be a great way of getting from A to B. But what if you want to keep your eco-credentials in check while you do so? Enter the hybrid SUV. Usually, these complex but comparatively more economical SUVs can come with a fairly punchy price tag, but if you look at the used market there’s every chance that you’ll be able to snap up an attractive deal on a number of second hand hybrid SUVs. Here, we’ve compiled our list of the 10 best used hybrid SUVs you can currently buy.

Audi Q5

1. Audi Q5 TFSI e

9/10
Audi Q5 review
Battery range up to 32 miles
BMW X5

2. BMW X5 xDrive45e

10/10
BMW X5 review
Battery range up to 45 miles
Kia Sportage

3. Kia Sportage

8/10
Kia Sportage review
Ford Kuga

4. Ford Kuga PHEV

7/10
Ford Kuga review
Battery range up to 35 miles
Volvo XC90

5. Volvo XC90 T8 Recharge

7/10
Volvo XC90 review
Battery range up to 28 miles
Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV

6. Mercedes GLE 350de

7/10
Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV review
Battery range up to 57 miles
Hyundai Tucson

7. Hyundai Tucson

7/10
Hyundai Tucson review
Land Rover Discovery Sport

8. Land Rover Discovery Sport P300e

7/10
Land Rover Discovery Sport review
Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

9. Toyota RAV4

8/10
Toyota RAV4 Hybrid review
Honda CR-V

10. Honda CR-V

6/10
Honda CR-V review

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Advice about used hybrid SUVs

Used hybrid SUVs FAQs

The main thing to check when you’re in the market for used hybrid SUVs is that the hybrid system itself (whether its a traditional hybrid or a plug-in hybrid) is actually working as it should be. You can usually find this out by simply turning the car on, and observing the energy flow readouts on the dashboard. Another thing to consider is how old the battery is - the older it is the less electric range you’re likely to see. You should also consider mileage, wear and tear, and, of course, service history.

Not particularly, at least in terms of specific makes or models to avoid. Red flags you should look out for, though, are incomplete service histories, and extremely high mileages - which could indicate that a hybrid SUV has been used as a taxi at some point or another. If you’re comfortable with this, however, and everything is in working order, then there’s no reason why this should put you off.