Most Fuel-Efficient New Cars

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Fuel efficiency endures as a top criterion among new-car shoppers, but how do they know which cars are most fuel efficient? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency tests new light vehicles and ranks them according to fuel mileage potential. Only pure electric vehicles, plug-in gas-electric hybrids and standard gas-electric hybrids made this list — here’s a look at the 20 models with the best combined EPA fuel-economy ratings. Notes: Annual fuel cost estimate based on 55% city / 45% highway driving and 15,000 annual miles. Electric vehicles ranked by Miles Per Gallon equivalent (MPGe): 33.7 kW-hrs = 1 gallon of gas. Vehicle prices listed do NOT include the federal tax credit of up to $7,500. Model year 2016 data shown when 2017 EPA data unavailable.

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