Should I buy a hybrid or electric car?

I have a 2018 Yaris Hybrid. It is a second car but covers 15,000 miles a year commuting with 32 miles a day on the motorway. Very cheap to run, averages 60mpg in winter and around 65mpg during the summer. I was looking at changing to the new one but at £23,000 is there a better alternative or even an electric car that’s cheap to run?

Asked on 24 August 2021 by Oliver

Answered by Russell Campbell
The new Yaris starts from £20,210 and it's the car I would choose, it gets exceptional fuel economy and is very well equipped for the money – it comes as standard with autonomous driving aids that are expensive options in rivals.
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