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Consumer Reports Names the Top 10 Most Fuel Efficient (Non-Electric) Cars

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Drivers looking to get farther for far less should take a look at these 10 vehicles

When it comes to fuel efficiency, it’s hard to beat electric vehicles, especially with their improving technology and expanding lineups. With new models like the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Tesla Model 3 emerging, electric vehicles are getting ready to catch on in a big way. Still, you don’t necessarily have to go with an all-electric car if you want to achieve some incredible fuel economy ratings. The modern automotive landscape is already dotted with hybrid vehicles that combine the best of alternative energy and traditional powertrains.

Recently, Consumer Reports conducted an expansive series of tests to see how the estimated fuel ratings of vehicles across the industry compared to the ratings that the Consumer Reports staff recorded themselves. While electric models unsurprisingly came out on top, Consumer Reports found several non-electric cars from various automotive brands that managed to impress with fuel efficiency of their own. At the end of the testing, these 10 non-electric cars managed to achieve the best fuel economy ratings.


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The 2017 Toyota Camry carries a starting MSRP of $23,070 and this best-selling sedan can yield up to 33 mpg on the highway

10. Toyota Camry Hybrid

Combined MPG: 38

City MPG: 32

Highway MPG: 43

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The 2017 Ford Fusion mid-size sedan offers an attractive exterior design, multiple powertrain options, and the latest safety features

9. Ford Fusion Hybrid SE

Combined MPG: 39

City MPG: 35

Highway MPG: 41

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2018 Hyundai Sonata Sedan model overview car specs information side profile

8. Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

Combined MPG: 39

City MPG: 31

Highway MPG: 46

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7. Lexus CT 200h

Combined MPG: 40

City MPG: 31

Highway MPG: 47

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6. Toyota Prius V Three

Combined MPG: 41

City MPG: 33

Highway MPG: 47

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The Chevrolet Malibu XL Hybrid is officially available in China

5. Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid

Combined MPG: 41

City MPG: 33

Highway MPG: 49

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4. Toyota Prius C Two

Combined MPG: 43

City MPG: 37

Highway MPG: 48

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2017 Kia Niro

3. Kia Niro EX

Combined MPG: 43

City MPG: 33

Highway MPG: 52

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2. Hyundai Ioniq

Combined MPG: 52

City MPG: 42

Highway MPG: 60

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2016 Toyota Prius Two Eco

1. Toyota Prius Three

Combined MPG: 52

City MPG: 43

Highway MPG: 59

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Source: Consumer Reports