Most Fuel-Efficient Cars in America — No Plug Needed

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
© Perry Stern, Automotive Content ExperienceNo Plugs Needed

Electric cars and plug-in hybrids are by far the most fuel-efficient vehicles in America according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s fuel-economy ratings. For many consumers these vehicles are the obvious choice, especially with fuel reaching unprecedented high prices, but not all drivers have access to plug in a vehicle every night. Fear not, plug-less people — there are still plenty of fuel-efficient cars on the market, with more non-plug hybrid models being offered every year. Take a look at the most fuel-efficient cars available today that don’t require a power outlet — all with EPA ratings at 35 mpg combined or higher. Vehicles are listed and ranked by combined fuel economy, then city fuel economy, as reported by the U.S. EPA. Note: We have only listed the most fuel-efficient version of each car — some have multiple variants with fuel economy ratings above 35 mpg.

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