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Most fuel efficient cars

Most fuel efficient cars

Posted On 11 Jan, 2019

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Another year has gone by, and the automotive industry has gotten one step closer to perfection. Of course, perfection in this field is a very general term, and it comprises numerous aspects. Fuel efficiency is such an aspect, and it’s a rather important one.

Drivers typically care about fuel efficiency mainly out of economic reasons. Fuel efficient cars cost less to drive regularly. Manufacturers, on the other hand, are a little bit more engaged in environmental protection. While it is true that they are somewhat forced into it, car makers also benefit from the fact that their cars are more economical. After all, we already clarified that car owners look to cover as many miles as possible with just one fill-up.

So now that we have established that fuel efficient cars or even zero-emissions vehicles are the way to go, let's look at 3 of the best hybrids available. Keep in mind that electric cars are 100% more fuel efficient because they do not require any fuel in the form of a liquid to run. However, this is not the focus of our subject right now.

  • Without a doubt, the absolute leader in this category is the Toyota Prius Prime. Its dual batteries will allow you to cover more than 640 miles with just 1 fill-up. The electric motors will give you about 25 miles without the need to recharge.
  • Second in line for the most fuel-efficient vehicle is the Hyundai Ioniq. IT has almost caught up with the Prius, but it isn’t quite there yet. Even the interior of the car is made of eco-friendly materials. You will get about 52 mpg.
  • Honda Clarity takes the 3rd place in our ranking with its 42 mpg. While this number isn’t blowing us off our socks, the distance which this model can cover on electricity alone is 47 miles. Now that’s pretty good.

Did you notice that all 3 models that we listed are Asian made? That’s not a coincidence. All Asian brands are very keen on improvement and eco-friendly car manufacturing. Don’t be surprised if these very brands dominate the landscape when all cars become electric. You better save some cash and get ready because otherwise, you will have to wait until they start selling electric used cars.

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