In deciding to buy a car, efficiency and operational costs are one of the factors to be considered. Of course, no one wants to have high monthly operating costs.
Currently choosing an efficient vehicle is a priority for all drivers. In addition to saving costs, efficient cars can also reduce pollution.
The list is ordered by EPA miles-per-gallon-equivalent (mpge) fuel consumption and estimated annual fuel costs.
The Toyota Prius Prime has 133 MPGE and an estimated cost of $750 per year. While the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid Has 119 MPGE and the estimated cost is $750 per year. The third place is Ford Escape PHEV with 105 MPGE and $ 8500 per year of estimated earnings.
Here is a list of the most efficient hybrid cars in 2022, compiled from the Autoblog page.
1. Toyota Prius Prime: 133 mpge; $750/yr
2. Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid: 119 mpge; $750/yr
3. (Tie) Ford Escape PHEV: 105 mpge; $850/yr
3. (Tie) Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid: 105 mpge; $850/yr
5. Toyota RAV4 Prime: 94 mpge; $900/yr
6. Lexus NX 450h Plus: 84 mpge; $1,150/yr
7. Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: 82 mpge; $1,200/yr
8. Hyundai Tucson Plug-In Hybrid: 80 mpge; $1,100/yr
9. Kia Sorento Plug-In Hybrid: 79 mpge; $1,150/yr
10. Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring: 78 mpge; $1,200/yr
11. Hyundai Santa Fe Plug-In Hybrid: 76 mpge; $1,200/yr
12. BMW 330e: 75 mpge; $1600/yr
13. Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV: 74 mpge; $1,450/yr
14. Mini Cooper SE Countryman: 73 mpge; $1,750/yr
15. Audi A7 e: 70 mpge; $1,500/yr
16. (Tie) Volvo S60 Recharge: 69 mpge; $1,550/yr
16. (Tie) Volvo V60 Recharge: 69 mpge; $1,550/yr
18. BMW 530e: 64 mpge; $1,750/yr
19. Volvo S90 Recharge: 63 mpge; $1,650/yr
20. Volvo XC60 Recharge: 57 mpge; $1,950/yr