Buying an efficient hybrid car or crossover might save you some gas money in the long run, but forking over less money in the first place is an equally effective savings method. Of course, taking that advice to its maximum would mean, um, not buying a hybrid in the first place. Even as gas-electric hybrid technology has become ever more ubiquitous, the cheapest regular cars remain cheaper than their least-expensive hybrid equivalents.
Even considering the lowest-priced hybrids you can buy, there are many, many cheaper cars available-but if you must have a hybrid, these are the ten cheapest ones on sale in 2019. Swipe through for the full list, along with each model’s EPA combined fuel economy, arranged in order of affordability with the cheapest vehicles listed last!