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These days, it seems like more and more models of vehicles are being made with a hybrid version available. While some of these have proven to be winners in the US market - look to the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid or the Lexus RX Hybrid - some hybrid models have crashed in as little as one model year! The Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid comes to mind there. Hybrid SUVs seem to have a harder time staying in the lineups of the major automakers. One major reason is that they often don't get that much better fuel economy than their non-hybrid versions, making it less appealing to shell out the extra cash a hybrid generally costs brand new.

One hybrid SUV that made it a few model years but has since been discontinued in the US is the Volkswagen Touareg Hybrid. Available from 2011 to 2015, the Touareg Hybrid didn't move a lot of units and thus was not available by 2016. Because it was only available for 5 model years, it's much harder to find a used Touareg Hybrid for sale than say, a Ford Escape hybrid, which has held its own in the hybrid arena for over a decade. The Touareg Hybrid only averaged 21 mpg combined city/highway, whereas the standard gasoline Touareg hit 19 mpg combined. If you were looking at a new Touareg Hybrid for sale at a Volkswagen dealership, it was merchandised right next to the Touareg TDI diesel, making it even less of a standout for those looking for higher MPGs. While the Touareg is Volkswagen's largest and priciest SUV, its hybrid version just couldn't compete with similar models like the Toyota Highlander Hybrid.

If you're interested in the Touareg Hybrid for sale, you can still find a few used ones here and there, but you may have to be patient as there just aren't many on the market at any one time. You can also check out some other hybrid SUVs that are still being distributed in the US. A new one to the market is the Kia Niro. While it is more like a tall wagon than a true SUV, the crossover is very impressive, with lots of options, a budget-friendly price tag and mpg at 50 combined city/highway! While some interesting hybrids have bit the dust in recent years, there are still plenty of options out there to be driven!

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