Best Plug-in hybrids 2023 (and the PHEVs to avoid) – Top 10 | What Car?

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Video Chapters:
00:00 Introduction
00:57 What is a P-HEV
01:53 The advantages
02:33 Hyundai Santa Fe
02:57 BMW 530e
04:45 Skoda Superb iV
05:07 BMW 330e
05:46 BMW X5 xDrive 45e
06:24 Volvo XC40 Recharge
06:55 Variety Rover Sport P440e
08:09 Audi A3 40 TFSIe
08:43 Mercedes C300e
09:10 Lexus NX450h+.
09:44 P-HEVs to avoid.
10:09 Outro.






21 responses to “Best Plug-in hybrids 2023 (and the PHEVs to avoid) – Top 10 | What Car?”

  1. Mr Mawson Avatar
    Mr Mawson

    Hello mate

  2. Richard Joash Tan Avatar
    Richard Joash Tan

    Glad that I will buy a fully loaded 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV anyway.

  3. Robert Powell Avatar
    Robert Powell

    So no small cars are being recommended then?

    1. Jules Berkhof Avatar
      Jules Berkhof

      name a small car that has a plugin hybrid version?

    2. Robert Powell Avatar
      Robert Powell

      @Jules Berkhof I take it there are none?

    3. Sarg Fowler Avatar
      Sarg Fowler

      @Robert PowellSeat Leon or VW Golf?

    4. Robert Powell Avatar
      Robert Powell

      @Sarg Fowler Thank You. So my original comment wasn’t so silly as Mr Berkhof would have us believe.

  4. Jules Berkhof Avatar
    Jules Berkhof

    You forgot the toyota Rav4 prime, still has great fuel economy when the battery is almost empty

  5. mirko pgd Avatar
    mirko pgd

    Hi. Thanks for very helpfull videos. Any idea how to get right idea what tipe of plug-in is best for my needs is?! I need to do long trips like 600km and on mix type roads… so is it better to have a plug in or simple normal hybrid!?!??!

    1. Andreios Wilson Avatar
      Andreios Wilson

      I don’t know your budget but Mercedes do have a couple of diesel plug-in hybrids in their range. They have de in their name for example the E-class E300 de. They might be a good option as you then have the around town electric range with the diesel fuel economy for long journeys.

    2. mirko pgd Avatar
      mirko pgd

      @Andreios Wilson thank yiu very much for the idea. Mercedes way out of my range but I got the idea diesel and plug-in if possible.

  6. Sarg Fowler Avatar
    Sarg Fowler

    I feel that phevs may become more mainstream as evs may struggle to get full market dominance yet the government will stop sales of pure ice cars.

  7. Jonothan Hayman Avatar
    Jonothan Hayman

    Can you do a film on cheaper cars? Some very chunky numbers there, people.

  8. Luke Daunt Avatar
    Luke Daunt

    Volvo XC60 T6 Recharge 👍

  9. Andrew Avatar

    Seriously!!! What about all the more adorable PHEV’s poor content, so it’s a no from me.

  10. Mumwifeteacher Avatar

    No one is buying a Range Rover because they care about the environment. If you really care about the environment you shouldn’t have a car in the first place

  11. Paul Benson Avatar
    Paul Benson

    The Ford Kuga phev does 50 mph with an empty battery.

  12. john trinick Avatar
    john trinick

    It would be helpful to know the towing limits of these cars. Most seem to have much lower towing capacities than the pure internal combustion engined cars they are replacing.

  13. peter martin Avatar
    peter martin

    How can normal people afford these prices, stick to petrol, were not all rich.

    1. presterjohn71 Avatar

      All new cars are expensive. The difference is not that massive.

  14. Ian Brown Avatar
    Ian Brown

    My 2021 Mercedes GLE 350de plug in hybrid is brilliant….50mpg over 15000 miles and 50 mile electric range! Why no mention of this? Definitely worth considering if you want a large SUV and certainly more reliable than my previous Range Rover…

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