2017 Cars, SUVs And Hybrids With The Best MPG

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Gas prices may be dropping and the Electric Car is competing with its gas guzzling grandfather. But, Americans are more concerned with MPG than sticker price or global warming. Here are the most fuel efficient Auto, SUV and Hybrid models for 2017, according to Car and Driver.
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Honda CR-Z EX (MT)

26 MPG
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Lexus ES 300h

28 MPG
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Mitsubishi Mirage ES

28 MPG
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Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid SE

29 MPG
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Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

29 MPG
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Lexus CT 200h Premium

31 MPG
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Hyundai Sonata Hybrid SE

31 MPG
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Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE

32 MPG
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Toyota Prius V Three

33 MPG
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Ford Fusion SE Hybrid

35 MPG
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Ford C-Max Hybrid SE

35 MPG
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Toyota Prius C Two

37 MPG
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Toyota Prius Three

43 MPG
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Tesla Model S P85D

64 MPG
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Nissan Leaf SL

86 MPG
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Ford C-Max Energi

87 MPG
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Chevrolet Volt LT

99 MPG
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Mitsubishi i-MiEV SE

104 MPG
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Ford Focus Electric

108 MPG
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BMW i3 Giga

135 MPG
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