The Kia Sportage Plug-In Hybrid is offered at a lower price than the RAV4 Prime. Let’s take a look inside the Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV. And the Dodge Hornet R/T tries to give plug-in hybrids a sportier edge. This and more is here at the address Green car reports.

With 30 miles of electric range, all-wheel drive, and performance car flair with plenty of muscle car cues from the larger Charger — and crossover styling that resembles a compact hatchback from some angles — 2023 Dodge Hornet R/T Hybrid plays many different angles all at once.

Mercedes-Benz provided an inside look at the upcoming EQE SUV, ahead of the exterior and full car reveal in October. The five-seat SUV will be built in the U.S., and it’s both the Model S-sized counterpart to the EQE sedan and the smaller sibling of the seven-seat EQS SUV that will arrive later this year.

And pricing for 2023 Kia Sportage Plug-In Hybrid— It seems that the time has come for the model to drop from the list of cars eligible for the electric vehicle tax credit. However, the Sportage PHEV costs slightly less than the RAV4 Prime, but slightly more than the Ford Escape and Hyundai Tucson PHEV.


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