The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently released its fuel efficiency ranking on 2011 models. The rating is based on both city and highway testing. If you looking to buy a car that doesn’t need a lot of gas to get you from places to places, you may want to check out the top 10 more fuel-efficient cars ranked by city MPG :
2011 Toyota Prius: 51/48 MPG City/Highway
2011 Ford Fusion hybrid, Milan hybrid, Lincoln MKZ hybrid: 41/36 MPG City/Highway
For years, cars from Japanese automakers have dominated the rankings of most fuel efficient vehicles sold in this country, with Toyota Prius being the gold standard. Even though that’s the still the case for the 2011 model year, I am glad to see that American cars, especially hybrid models from Ford, are catching up in this category. I have heard news about GM Chevrolet Volt, which was launched this week after the rank was released. Wondering where it will be on the 2012 list.
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