If you are putting average number of miles it will be roughly a decade to break even that $3500 difference. So you are not getting that money back any time soon but at very least you will enjoy all the extra luxury. If I were you I would drive what you have for a few years and jump on EVs. They are taking over quicker then you might think and all these ICE including hybrids will be old news pretty quickly.I am considering trading in my 2020 for a hybrid. It looks like I can do it for about $3500, and it will be AWD/leather/sun roof and nav system. Im just wondering if I would end up getting that money back.
So im just wondering if you have a hybrid what is the MPG you are reading right, not really your best or worst. I mostly drive around town which is no more then 40mpg, some highway but speed limit is 55 and i usually set it at 50. Right now im showing 33mpg with the 1.5. im wondering if with a hybrid i can get 45-50?