10 Reasons Hybrids Are Worse Than All-Electric Cars

Fuel Dependency: The biggest reason to switch to all-electric transportation is to be kind to the environment.

Less Range in Extreme Cold or Hot Weather: Electric car batteries experience a loss of range when exposed to extreme temperatures, whether hot or cold. 

Battery Replacement Costs: Hybrid electric vehicles have the same battery issues as EVs. 

Limited All-Electric Rang: Since hybrids are not all-electric, their electric range is extremely short, sometimes only 25-35 miles.

Complex Maintenance: Hybrid cars have both an internal combustion engine and an electric drivetrain. 

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Reduced Cargo Space: Speaking of two motors, those things have to be stored somewhere within the car. 

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Few Hybrid-Electric Models: According to a report by Car and Driver earlier this year, only about 33 hybrid models are available in the U.S.

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Higher Repair Costs: So not only are maintenance and repairs more complex, but because of the complexity, they are also more expensive to repair.

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Environmental Impact: While a hybrid may be better for the environment than a fully gas car, they aren’t as good as an all-electric model.

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Battery Disposal Issues: In addition to tailpipe emissions, hybrids still have the issue of electric battery disposal.

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