Worst hybrids for Real MPG revealed

Forget everything you’ve been told about hybrid cars delivering outstanding fuel economy. The latest Real MPG submissions show an astonishing 98 per cent of hybrid cars can't match their advertised economy. 

Click below to see the hall of shame as we uncover the UK's worst hybrid cars for real world fuel economy. 

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Toyota Auris Touring Sports 1.8 Hybrid

Real MPG score: 68%

The 1.8 Hybrid powertrain in the Toyota Auris Touring Sports is only marginally more efficient than the 1.2 petrol, with both averaging around the 50mpg marker. In fact, from a purely fuel economy point of view, the diesels remain the best choice with the 1.4 D-4D returning a real world average of 57mpg.

See Real MPG for the Toyota Auris Touring Sports

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Comments

David Dilnot    on 14 June 2018

The main down side is that the Phev is Taxed as a gas gussler which is disheartening to say the least

Tony Shone    on 14 June 2018

Had one for 3 years - felt totally conned - ok if you drive short journeys and can find somewhere to plug in, but for long journeys absolutely useless once the electric runs out - worse mpg than my old Freelander. To make matters worse lost a fortune selling it. Gone back to diesel F-Pace - considerably more efficient on a long run.

farmideas    on 14 June 2018

What happens to the tax we pay on fuel when the car is electric? How will the Treasury replace this income, or are we now unconcerned about such detail in the public accounts?

Nicholas Dixey    on 22 June 2018

All this ignores the reported awful environmental impact of building the things. A pal of mine has a Lexus soft roader thing which is admirably reliable but does 36mpg overall, so how pointless is that? I too am sticking with diesel.

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