Hybrid SUVs are a relatively new segment to the car market. Before the days of the hybrid SUV, driving an SUV with comfortable seating for six and superior safety meant sacrificing fuel efficiency. Vice versa, fuel efficiency meant driving in a cramped compact car that sacrificed a roomy interior and safety. Nowadays, hybrid SUVs drivers can have it all. In general, having everything is exactly what Americans want; having our cake and eating it too isn't the exception, but the rule.[AD:top]
In the hybrid SUV market, there are choices for everyone's tastes and needs. Luxury hybrid SUVs offer a bevy of bells and whistles -- luxurious leather interiors, built-in GPS navigation, Bluetooth compatibility, upgraded stereo systems and more. If this sounds good to you, then the Lexus RX 450h hybrid may be just the SUV for you. Some people enjoy the precise, accurate handling of a sporty sedan, but still want the benefits of an SUV. If the sporty handling of a crossover SUVs sounds appealing, then the Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid may be exactly what you're looking for. For the busy parent who needs to ferry a whole soccer team across town without killing your gas budget, then a large SUV like the Toyota Highlander Hybrid could be the perfect match.
If you're looking to buy one of the new 2017 SUV hybrids then take this survey to find out which one of these top hybrid SUVs is best for your needs. Although hybrid SUVs are more expensive, they deliver a blend of power, performance and economy that no other vehicles match.