Hybrid vs. Electric Cars: What’s The Difference and Which Is Better?

2022 Honda Pilot Driving on Winding Road

 

Electric vehicles (EVs) and Hybrid cars have sparked a new movement if alternative-fuel cars in Cedar Park and abroad. These vehicles can efficiently reduce the over-production of CO2 by running on electric batteries and they give drivers a new definition of a driving experience!

But many San Marcos drivers aren’t sure what’s the difference between hybrid and electric vehicles. If you find yourself with similar questions, use this guide brought to by the specialists at First Texas Honda to learn more about hybrid cars vs. electric cars. After that, visit us at First Texas Honda to shop our inventory of new hybrid and electric cars, and apply for financing with our finance center to get a great deal today!

 

What Are Electric Cars and What Are Its Benefits?

EVs are what you might think about when the topic of alternative-fuel cars comes up. Electric cars run solely on an electric battery that runs for more than 200 miles on a full charge. But like all batteries, they must be charged so you can continue your drive. Although hybrid cars also have an electric battery, there are highlights that EVs have that hybrids don’t. Check them out below:

  • Zero CO2 emissions
  • A more quiet ride
  • You’ll no longer have to pay for gas
  • No Engine maintenance
  • You can charge it at home
  • And more!

What Is A Hybrid Vehicle?

When comparing hybrid vs. electric cars, you’ll immediately notice that hybrid vehicles can be run on a gas-powered engine. This is a surprise to many Round Rock drivers. With a hybrid car, you can switch back and forth between the eclectic battery and the gas-powered engine. In addition to this, there are many more benefits that you can get with a hybrid vehicle over an EV. See what they are below:

  • A hybrid vehicle’s battery charges itself
  • You can fill up your gas tank at any station
  • Hybrid cars are much more affordable than EVs
  • And more!

Test Drive Our Electric and Hybrid Vehicles For Sale at First Texas Honda

If you rather see how hybrid vs. electric cars compares, visit us at our Austin dealership to test drive both today. Contact us for more information on our car inventory and services!

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