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Most Fuel-Efficient Cars — Unplugged

AutoNXT Logo By Mike Meredith of AutoNXT | Slide 1 of 27:      Electric cars and plug-in hybrids dominate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s fuel-economy ratings. Although these are the most fuel-efficient cars, not all drivers have access to plug in a vehicle every night. Fear not, plug-less people — there are still plenty of fuel-efficient cars on the market, with more non-plug hybrid models being offered every year. Take a look at the most fuel-efficient cars available today that don’t require a power outlet, all with EPA ratings at 35 mpg combined or higher. Vehicles are listed and ranked by combined fuel economy, then city fuel economy, as reported by the U.S. EPA.

Fuel-Efficient Cars — Unplugged

Electric cars and plug-in hybrids dominate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s fuel-economy ratings. Although these are the most fuel-efficient cars, not all drivers have access to plug in a vehicle every night. Fear not, plug-less people — there are still plenty of fuel-efficient cars on the market, with more non-plug hybrid models being offered every year. Take a look at the most fuel-efficient cars available today that don’t require a power outlet, all with EPA ratings at 35 mpg combined or higher. Vehicles are listed and ranked by combined fuel economy, then city fuel economy, as reported by the U.S. EPA.

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