Top 11 Best Environmentally Friendly Used Cars

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Environmentally Friendly Used Cars. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Toyota Auris

This product was recommended by George Bates from Limelight Digital

Known for possessing great handling and stability in corners, the Toyota Auris is both eco-friendly and practical. The Auris is beautiful both inside and out and whilst slightly more expensive than competitors, you get what you pay for.

Mercedes A Class

This product was recommended by George Bates from Limelight Digital

For a more luxury offering that still offers green credentials, why not try the Mercedes A Class? Mercedes are committed to reducing emissions and the A-Class was one of the very first cars to comply with the latest regulations.

Ford Fiesta

This product was recommended by George Bates from Limelight Digital

One of the nation’s favourite cars, the Ford FIesta is also pretty good when it comes to it’s environmentally friendly credentials. The Fiesta is great fun to drive too and you certainly don’t lose any of the excitement by switching to this efficient car. Not only that, but some versions of the Fiesta are exempt from road tax, helping further reduce running costs for used car buyers.

Ford Escape Hybrid

This product was recommended by Becky Usanga from Techy10

The Ford Escape has a rich history. It was the world’s first consumer-ready hybrid SUV when it first hit the market in 2005. It offers plenty of power, high fuel efficiency, and impressive features. The hybrid configuration of this versatile SUV comes with a 2.5L Atkinson-Cycle I-4 engine that’s paired to a Permanent-Magnet AC-Synchronous Electric Motor. It nets a total of 177 horsepower and an EPA-estimated 34 city/31 highway MPG. You may also find a used Escape equipped with an electric air-conditioning compressor. It allows the engine to switch off whenever the car is stopped, even if the A/C is in use. It’s a great option for people who regularly drive in hot climates and helps with the MPG rating while cutting down on emissions.

Nissan Leaf EV

This product was recommended by Phillip Villegas from Three Pedal Mafia

The Leaf’s restricted range and quirky aesthetics make it a cost-effective hatchback with smooth, quiet driving dynamics. Geek (and environmental) kudos . It’s less expensive to refuel than a cup of coffee at a petrol station. It is a cost effective electric vehicle (EV).

Cadillac Escalade/Chevrolet Tahoe/GMC Yukon Hybrids

This product was recommended by Rousseau Vestal from Find The Aisle

When new, these large SUVs are expensive and misunderstood, but at used prices, buyers who require full-size capacity can save a lot of money at the gas pump. A huge, bad honking SUV for those who live big lives. Authentic 30 percent Compared to non-hybrids, hybrids save money on gas. Savings at the pump are compounded by depreciated price.

Toyota Prius 2018 Model

This product was recommended by Jennifer Denehy from PeopleSearchFaster

You can go for the used hybrid and electric cars like Toyota Prius. There is a demand for this model due to its consistent and convincing performance. It is available in unique shades and has a stylish structure that gives you an effect similar to a luxury vehicle.

Ford Mustang Mach-E (2021)

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

Most environmentally friendly cars, in my opinion, are electrified. However, not everyone is capable of driving one. Few owners have access to charging stations for such vehicles, making a hybrid brand a better choice. It comes at an ideal time as the demand for more environmentally friendly automobiles with lower tailpipe emissions grows. To begin, this is an SUV type that most families pick when looking for a new vehicle. It has a 300-mile range and looks similar to the fast Mustang. It is, nevertheless, a more family-friendly car with a sporty appearance.

Volkswagen e-Golf

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

The e-Golf is a 134-horsepower all-electric car with a 35.8kWh battery. Apple CarPlay, auto-climate adjustment, and Android auto are all available on the 8-inch touch screen on the inside. Because the vehicle is customized, you can add more amenities, but you’ll have to spend more. The environmentally friendly vehicle costs $31,895 and has a range of 125 miles.

Chevrolet Silverado

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

This is an environmentally friendly turbo-diesel vehicle. This vehicle’s horsepower ranges from 277 to 420, and it comes with four or six seats. It’s a great model that, with proper maintenance, may last up to 200,000 miles. A wide cargo compartment in the back can transport a lot of stuff on rough terrain.

Honda Clarity EV

This product was recommended by Steven Walker from Spylix

The Clarity EV is a hybrid electric vehicle ( phevs hybrid that can be purchased at almost any dealership around the country. There’s lots of room inside, as well as a trunk to store your belongings. It has an 8-inch multitouch infotainment system and other driver assistance technology. The only negative is that if you have to replace the fuel-cell battery, you may have to pay extra.

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