Auto companies are working hard to produce hybrid vehicles that are fuel-efficient and lower carbon emissions. Hybrid vehicle sales are higher than ever, as more people are looking for ways to reduce their impact on the planet and ways to cut spending! Hybrids are the answer for those who must drive!
Today the EPA announced the top Fuel Economy Leaders for 2010 model efficient cars. The top 5 all have city MPG at 35 or higher, with the Toyota Prius (hybrid) leading at 51/48 (city/highway). In second place are the Ford Fusion Hybrid FWD and Mercury Milan FWD Hybrids.
Here is the EPA’s run down on the top fuel efficient cars!
|1||Toyota Prius (hybrid)||51/48|
|2||Ford Fusion Hybrid FWD
Mercury Milan Hybrid FWD
|3||Honda Civic Hybrid||40/45|
|4||Honda Insight (hybrid)||40/43|
|5||Lexus HS250h (hybrid)||35/34|
|6||Nissan Altima Hybrid||35/33|
|7||Ford Escape Hybrid FWD Mazda Tribute Hybrid 2WD
Mercury Mariner Hybrid FWD
|8||Smart fortwo Cabriolet (automatic)
Smart fortwo Coupe (automatic)
|9||Toyota Camry Hybrid||33/34|
|10||Lexus RX450h (hybrid, 2WD)||32/28|