Used Hybrids | Winchester, VA

2020 CR-V Hybrid parked on street

By now, everyone has heard of hybrids. The picture in your head may be of a small compact thing that looks more like a toy than a proper car. But that’s not the case anymore. Many different types of vehicles have hybrid variants, like crossover and sedans. So, if you’re looking for a specific model, it might have a hybrid version that’s worth looking to.

If you’re looking for a high-quality, used hybrid vehicle at a reasonable price, try CrossPointe Motor Cars. We have a big selection of used vehicles, including in-demand hybrid models.

Used Hybrid Vehicles in Frederick County, VA

Improved Fuel Economy

There are many reasons to buy a hybrid. The most universal reason is lower fuel consumption. This helps reduce carbon emissions and saves you tons of cash. For instance, the popular 2020 Honda CR-V mpg estimates placed fuel economy at 27-city/32-highway mpg. The 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid was rated at 40-city/35-highway. That’s a pretty big jump. But there’s an even better example. The 2020 Honda Accord is EPA-estimated at 30-city/38-highway mpg, while the 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid is rated at 48-city/48-highway mpg. With numbers like those, it’s easy to see why more people are picking hybrids.

Drivetrain and Torque

While it’s common to have a single-electric motor system in a hybrid, two-motor electric systems are becoming the industry standard. This is good news for two reasons: standard AWD and more torque to each axel. Let’s take another look at the 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid. For all the non-hybrid 2020 CR-V models, FWD is the standard drivetrain, including the top-of-the-line Touring trim. On the other hand, the base model 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid LX comes with AWD. And since there’s an electric motor dedicated to each axel, the 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid has excellent acceleration, thanks to the near-instantaneous torque that each electric motor provides to each axel.

Interested in buying a used hybrid? Give CrossPointe Motor Cars a call.

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