Gas may be especially cheap, but looking to save a little money never goes out of style — and when it comes to fuel efficiency, some vehicles are much better at saving you gas money than others.
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Check out the EPA’s list of the top five most fuel-efficient model-year 2020 new cars on sale today. (Note: This list is composed of gas-electric hybrids without a plug.)
1. Hyundai Ioniq
Hyundai’s hybrid hatchback is powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder and a lithium-polymer battery pack. The Blue trim level gets the best mileage; it’s EPA rated at 57/59/58 city/highway/combined mpg. Other trim levels of the Ioniq hybrid get slightly lower fuel economy. Prices start at $24,175 (all prices include destination charge).
2. Toyota Prius
In base trim, Toyota’s hybrid hatchback is EPA rated 58/53/56 mpg. Power comes from a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that pairs with electric motors. Front-drive models use a lithium-ion pack; AWD versions use a nickel-metal-hydride battery pack. Prices start at $25,320.
3. Honda Insight
Honda’s hybrid hatchback gets power from a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine and a lithium-ion battery pack. It’s EPA rated at 55/49/52 mpg and starts at $23,885.
4. Toyota Corolla Hybrid
Toyota’s compact hybrid sedan uses a 1.8-liter four-cylinder gas engine that pairs with two electric motors; it has an EPA rating of 53/52/52 mpg. Prices start at $24,095.
5. Hyundai Sonata Hybrid
This mid-size sedan uses a 2.0-liter direct-injection four-cylinder gasoline engine mated to an electric motor and a six-speed automatic transmission. Its EPA rated at 50/54/52 mpg. Prices start at $27,750 for the base Blue trim.
Didn’t find what you’re looking for on this list? Check out Cars.com’s list of 2020 SUVs with the best fuel economy and 2020 sedans with the highest mpg.
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