Plug-in hybrid vehicles—especially models that offer decent zero-emission range—are a great solution for all those people who don’t want to make the jump to full EVs just yet.
Unlike regular hybrids, they are eligible to incentives from the government. For example, as part of its iZEV program, Ottawa is granting up to $5,000 to vehicles that can travel at least 50 km in pure electric mode, and $2,500 to those that can’t. Provincial rebates also apply in some cases.
If you’re considering buying a PHEV in the near future, here are the top 10 models that can drive the farthest without burning any fuel, based on ratings by Natural Resources Canada.