Most Fuel-Efficient Cars in America

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Most Fuel-Efficient Cars
The number of all-electric vehicles available in the U.S. has dramatically increased in the last few years, more than doubling since 2020. According to the U.S. EPA, the 25 most fuel-efficient vehicles in America now only use electrons — none burn gasoline. American may still be on the fence about purchasing new EVs, but with the price of fuel continuing to climb, these alternative-fuel vehicles are looking more attractive with every price increase at the pump. Like gas-powered vehicles, the efficiency of electric vehicles covers a wide range. Here are the 25 most fuel-efficient cars in America, listed in order of MPGe combined rating. MPGe is “miles per gallon equivalent, based on how far a vehicle can travel on 33.7 kWh — the equivalent to the power produced by a gallon of gasoline, according to the EPA. Note: Many of these models have multiple trim levels; we only list the most fuel efficient of each model line.

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