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2013 Most and Least Efficient Vehicles




Most and least efficient vehicles of 2013 list is announced by U.S. Department of Energy.  The ranking is presented as four lists based on vehicle classes and each list is categorized by vehicle sizes within the category.
The fuel economy of gasoline based cars and truck didn't seem to improve much at all.  The only vehicles with outstanding mpg numbers are mostly some type of electric vehicle (EV) that does not have a gasoline engine.

EPA ClassVehicle DescriptionFuel Economy
Combined
Two-Seaterssmart fortwo electric drive Convertiblesmart fortwo electric drive Convertible"
A-1, 55kw DCPM, Electric Vehicle
107*
smart fortwo electric drive coupesmart fortwo electric drive coupe
A-1, 55kw DCPM, Electric Vehicle
107*
MinicompactsScion iQScion iQ EV
Electric Vehicle
121*
SubcompactsMitsubishi i-MiEVMitsubishi i-MiEV
A-1, 49 kW DCPM, Electric Vehicle
112*
CompactsFord Focus ElectricFord Focus Electric
Automatic (CVT), 107 kW AC Induction, Electric Vehicle
105*
MidsizeFord C-Max Energi Plug-in HybridFord C-Max Energi Plug-in Hybrid
4 cyl, 2.0 L, Automatic (CVT), Regular
58‡
Toyota Prius Plug-in HybridToyota Prius Plug-in Hybridn
4 cyl, 1.8 L, Automatic (CVT), Regular
58‡
LargeTesla Model STesla Model S (60 kW-hr battery pack)
Automatic (A1), Electric Vehicle
95*
Small Station WagonsHonda Fit EVHonda Fit EV
A-1, 92 kW DCPM, Electric Vehicle
118*
Midsize Station WagonsToyota Prius vToyota Prius v
4 cyl, 1.8 L, Automatic (CVT), HEV, Regular
42
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2013 Most and Least Efficient Vehicles Reviewed by Blogs on 1:07 AM Rating: 5

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