Consumer Reports: Best, Worst Cars For Fuel Efficiency

Posted on February 24, 2010

Magazine releases its annual fuel efficiency ratings, and the Toyota Prius comes out on top.

Although Toyota has been plagued with recall after recall, the company is still receiving some positive press.

Consumer Reports recently ranked the company's best-selling hybrid vehicle, the Toyota Prius, as the most fuel-efficient vehicle on American roads today.

The April 2010 issue of Consumer Reports will feature passenger vehicles with the best and worst fuel efficiency. These rankings were reached after the magazine tested each vehicle's fuel efficiency in a real-world setting, as opposed to just using the official EPA fuel efficiency ratings.

Source: Consumer Reports

Related Topics: alt fuel vehicles, fuel efficiency, hybrid vehicles

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