Hybrid or electric, that is the question

Hybrid or electric, that is the question

What is a hybrid car?

To put it simply, it’s a cross between a regular gas vehicle and an electric vehicle. Perhaps the best of both worlds, depending on how you look at it, especially if you’re echo-friendly conscious. In all honestly, it’s as if technology got the best of the hybrid craze and it’s nothing more than just an awkward phase. Why buy a hybrid when you can buy electric, we’ll get to that in just a bit.

Pros and cons of hybrid cars

Part good for the environment, part bad for the environment, something’s better than nothing for certain. Besides, if you’re running low on battery juice, you have gas to fall back on. That’s one of the major perks of buying a happy medium, used hybrid car or hybrid SUV. One of the downsides to owning a hybrid vehicle is the cost and issues associated with charging it. Charging station woes are just one of many things to keep in mind when considering a hybrid vehicle in regard.

What is an electric car?

An electric car runs solely on electricity. So, if your battery runs out of juice, you’re out of luck! One of the main benefits of purchasing a used electric vehicle is the environment. Whether you believe in climate change or not, one can’t argue there’s anything wrong with striving to have a cleaner, greener planet. Got to love technology and our amazing selection of used electric SUVs and coupes alike.

Pros and cons of electric cars

Pretty safe to say the environment is at the top of the pros list. As for cons, there are a few. Broken charging stations, the ever-increasing cost of electricity, and this interesting little notion. Think windmills harnessing power then ask yourself, how come the wheels on the electric car go around and round but don’t charge the car battery? The answer’s simple, it’s by design, forcing you to pay for the electricity unless you live on a solar farm of course.