The past few years have marked the return of several well-received luxury hybrid cars and even a few new models. Now there are enough luxury hybrid car models out there on the pre-owned market to make your decision a simpler one. Review this list of used luxury hybrid cars to determine which model is right for you.
10 Used Luxury Hybrid Cars
Used Acura ILX Hybrid - 39/38 MPG
The Acura ILX Hybrid is based on the Civic Hybrid which means the entry into the Used Luxury Hybrid Car Market is pretty cheap compared to some of the other high-end vehicles on this list. The ILX Hybrid gets great fuel economy at 39 MPG in the City and 38 MPG on the Highway.
Used BMW ActiveHybrid 7 - 17/24 MPG
The BMW ActiveHybrid 7 served as BMW's first entry into the hybrid sedan market. Engine output comes in at 440 horsepower and fuel efficiency is estimated at 20 mpg combined (17 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway). However, a base price over $100,000 limited the vehicle's appeal significantly. But now enough time has passed to let depreciation take its toll on the price tag.
Used Infiniti Q50 Hybrid - 29/36 MPG
The Infiniti Q50 Hybrid is undoubtedly one of the best looking hybrid luxury cars on the used car market. This sleek sedan is powered by a 3.5 liter V-6 engine that makes just shy of 300 horsepower but when combined with the electric motor the car churns out 360 horsepower. The aforementioned 50 kW electric motor helps the Q50 Hybrid obtain a great fuel economy rating of 29 MPG in the city and 36 MPG on the highway.
Used Lexus CT 200h - 43/40 MPG
The CT 200h was be the first hatchback model ever produced by Lexus. The hybrid comes with a decidedly sporty slant. Lexus even promises a specialized Sport Mode that allows drivers to switch out of hybrid mode in order to achieve maximum performance when desired. Thanks to the same hybrid system that powers the Toyota Prius; the Lexus CT 200h is one fuel efficient used luxury car netting 43 MPG in the city and 40 MPG on the highway.
Used Lexus GS 450h - 29/34 MPG
The Lexus GS 450h delivers true Lexus luxury and performance in a refined sedan package. This mid-sized luxury hybrid sports one of the most aggressive looks in this category. Under the hood is a 286 horsepower V-6 engine is paired with two electric motors resulting in a totoal output of 338 horsepower. Fuel economy comes in at 29 MPG in the cit and 34 MPG on the highway.
Used Lexus LS 600h L - 19/23 MPG
With an initial asking price of $110,000, the Lexus LS 600h L is one of the most prestigious hybrid models for the year. Impeccable craftsmanship is found throughout and the well-equipped V-8 engine delivers 21 mpg combined. Thanksfully prices have come way down on the used market.
Used Lincoln MKZ Hybrid - 38/37 MPG
Lincoln made waves with the introduction of the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid. The vehicle came with the exact same base MSRP as the all-gas MKZ ($34,330) and also promised to be one the most fuel-efficient luxury hybrid for the year back in 2012. Combining a sophisticated exterior look with a fuel efficient powerplant (38 MPG in the city and 37 MPG on the highway); the MKZ is a solid choice for a used hybrid luxury car.
Used Mercedes E400 Hybrid - 24/30 MPG
For those loyal to European luxury cars, the Mercedes E400 gives you the chance to drive a hybrid and a used German luxury car at the same time. Fuel economy figures stand at 24 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway.
Used Mercedes S400 Hybrid - 19/25 MPG
Where the BMW 7-Sereies Hybrid went for brute power over fuel economy, the Mercedes S400 Hybrid foregoes the massive power figure which results in a 20% better fuel economy figure than the V-8 S-Class model. The 3.5 liter V-6 engine is fitted with an electric motor which adds power and torque. The result is 295 horsepower along with 19 MPG in the city and 25 MPG on the highway.
Used Porsche Panamera e-Hybrid - 50 MPGe
The Porsche Panamera e-Hybrid combines performance and luxury into a very smart package. Porsche opted for a plugin-hybrid powerplant which advances the fuel economy by leaps and bounds. Tha Panamera e-Hybrid has the ability to travel on all-electic power for a handful of miles. The result is a 50 MPGe rating with the batteries fully charged.