8. 2013 Kia Optima Hybrid
If Hyundai’s fluidic design isn’t for you, there’s another option with the same hybrid powertrain from Kia. As Hyundai’s corporate sibling, the two cars use the same fuel saving system, but with a different skin.
The company’s “Tiger Nose” grille and harder lines might be more appealing to some. The price is almost the same, too. At $26,700 to start, the Optima Hybrid boasts the same fuel economy as the Sonata Hybrid.