If you’re looking for a new car but don’t want to think about the cost of gas, here’s your one stop destination to check out the most fuel efficient 2017 models in the Baxter lineup. Most fuel efficient vehicles on the list are based off the combined miles per gallon rating.

2017 Toyota Prius v

43/39 miles per gallon

The Prius v is the big brother in the Prius family. It’s built for comfort and with the family in mind. With both a gasoline engine and a battery combined, the Prius V gets great gas mileage especially for a vehicle this size. You’re looking at 43 miles per gallon city, 39 miles per gallon highway and a combined 41 miles per gallon.

2017 Lexus CT

43/40 miles per gallon

Lexus takes comfort and luxury to a whole new level with the Lexus CT Hybrid. Add in some performance features and this is one hybrid that definitely won’t feel like you’re driving a toy car. The CT tops out with a top track speed of 112 miles per hour. The CT Hybrid offers 43 miles per gallon city, 40 miles per gallon highway and a combined 42 miles per gallon.

2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid

43/41 miles per gallon

Ford offers a Fusion hybrid option with some power behind it. The electric motor combined with the 2.0L iVCT Atkinson-cycle I-4 hybrid engine offers a total combined system horsepower of 188. Add great fuel economy to that power and you’ve got a great fuel efficient option. The Fusion hybrid gets 43 miles per gallon city, 41 miles per gallon highway and a combined 42 miles per gallon.

2017 Toyota Prius c

48/43 miles per gallon

The Toyota Prius c is built for fuel efficiency in the city. Offering 48 miles per gallon in the city and 43 miles per gallon on the highway. With the new design of this fuel efficient 2017 Prius c, you’re sure to stand out. It features a new, edgy body kit and a two-tone color scheme. Plus, the Prius c is also rated as a Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle.

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid

47/49 miles per gallon

The Accord Hybrid is a great combination of technological sophistication and unique styling. The Accord offers an industry-first with a two motor hybrid system. One motor is to accelerate from a dead stop while the second is to start the engine and charge the first motor. The fuel efficient 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid offers 42 miles per gallon city and 49 miles per gallon highway.

2017 Toyota Prius

54/50 miles per gallon

The Prius has been making a powerful statement for 17 years now. Enjoy a smooth ride, plenty of the latest tech and skip the gas station a few times. The fuel efficient 2017 Toyota Prius gets 54 miles per gallon in the city and 50 miles per gallon on the highway.

Top MPGe

Our top 3 vehicles all have great fuel efficiency, but when you add in the all-electric mode, they’re some of the most fuel efficient 2017 models on the road. MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent) is a measure of the average distance traveled per unit of energy consumed.

2017 Chrysler Pacifica

84 MPGe

The first-ever hybrid minivan. The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid has all the great safety features, tech features and comfort features you would expect from a Pacifica. But, add in the all-electric plug-in engine and you can go that much further between stops at the pump. With about 30 miles of EV-mode fuel efficiency gets knocked up to 84 MPGe. Without the all-electric mode, you can get 18 miles per gallon in the city and 28 miles per gallon on the highway.

2017 Ford Fusion Energi

104 MPGe

43/41 miles per gallon

While the Ford Fusion Hybrid already made this list, the Energi offers an all-electric mode. Without that you can get the same fuel economy as its hybrid brother: 43 miles per gallon in the city, 41 miles per gallon highway. But, when you add that 2.0L Arkinson-Cycle I-4 Energy Plug-in Hybrid Engine you end up with 104 MPGe in the city and 91 MPGe highway. You can still enjoy the Ford power with up to 195 horsepower.

2017 Toyota Prius Prime

133 MPGe

55/53 miles per gallon

The all-new Prius Prime is the most fuel efficient 2017 model on our list. It can give you an EPA estimated 640 mile driving range, giving you more miles in between stops. The Prime would have topped this list of fuel efficient vehicles even without all-electric models with 55 miles per gallon city and 53 miles per gallon highway. But, when you add in the roughly 25 miles of EV-mode driving, the Prius Prime bumps up to 133 MPGe.

No matter what kind of vehicle you’re in the market for, there’s probably a fuel efficient 2017 model option for you. From minicompacts and subcompacts to SUVs and trucks. There’s a hybrid or eco option to book just about any vehicle’s fuel economy.

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