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## Which electric car has the best gas mileage?

1. Hyundai Ioniq Electric. Though the subcompact Hyundai Ioniq Electric’s operating range on a charge is only 124 miles, it’s the industry’s champion in terms of its energy efficiency. The EPA rates it at 150/122-MPGe in city/highway driving, which equates to 25 kWh/100 miles.

## What car gets 70 mpg?

A new Mazda model debuting in Japan gets its high fuel economy from an improved gas engine and a lightweight design. Next year, Mazda will sell a car in Japan that gets 70.5 miles per gallon (mpg), or 30 kilometers per liter.

## What is the mpg equivalent of an electric car?

MPGe is the distance a car can travel on 33.7kWh of electricity. So, if a vehicle can cover 60 miles for every 33.7kWh of electricity, its MPGe would be 60. That would be the equivalent of a gas-powered car getting 60 mpg.

## What cars get 50 miles to the gallon?

10 Cars that Get Around 50 MPG

- Toyota Prius Prime.
- Toyota Prius.
- Toyota Prius Eco.
- Toyota Prius c.
- Honda Accord Hybrid.
- Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid.
- Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid.
- Honda Civic Hybrid.

## What is the most fuel efficient car of all time?

Most Fuel Efficient Cars Ever Made

- 1994 Geo Metro XFI: 47 MPG Combined. …
- 1986 Chevrolet Sprint ER: 48 MPG Combined. …
- 2010 Toyota Prius: 50 MPG Combined. …
- 2019 Honda Insight: 52 MPG Combined. …
- 2000 Honda Insight: 53 MPG Combined. …
- 2018 Toyota Prius Three: 54 MPG Combined. …
- 2018 Hyundai Ioniq: 58 MPG Combined.

## How many miles per gallon does a Prius prime get?

All three Prius Prime models have the same EPA ratings, which are 55 mpg city and 53 highway for the gasoline engine. Combined with electricity from the hybrid system, the government estimates it will earn 133 MPGe.

## What car gets 65 miles per gallon?

Ford’s ECOnetic Fiesta Gets 65 MPG. You Can’t Have One. WIRED.

## What car gets 59 miles per gallon?

2022 Hyundai Ioniq | 59 mpg

The Ioniq wears a similar shape to the Prius, but with more normal-looking styling inside and out and, get this, even better fuel economy than Toyota’s hybrid mainstay.

## What car has the lowest mpg?

The Cars With the Worst Fuel Economy

- 2020 Roush Performance F150 – 13 MPG combined.
- 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk 4WD – 13 MPG combined.
- 2021 Lexus LX570 – 14 MPG combined.
- 2020 Roush Performance Stage 3 Mustang – 14 MPG combined.
- 2020 Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang – 14 MPG combined.
- 2021 Toyota Tundra 4WD – 14 MPG combined.

## What is Tesla MPGe?

MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent) is the measurement used to track the efficiency of electric vehicles, similar to the way regular gas-powered cars are measured in MPG (miles per gallon).

## How much does it cost to fully charge a Tesla?

The Tesla Model X costs about $15.29 to fully charge, which comes out to about 4.5 cents per mile. It will cost around $7.65 to charge a Tesla Model 3. Depending on the variant, this is between 3 and 4 cents per mile. If you own a Tesla Model S, you can expect to pay about 3.7 per mile.

## What is the equivalent MPG of a Tesla?

Miles per gallon for electric vehicles (MPGe, or “miles per gallon equivalent”) places a value on your car’s energy efficiency.

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MPGe of popular electric cars.

Electric car model (base level) | Efficiency (miles per gallon equivalent) |
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Tesla Model 3 | 134 MPGe |

Tesla Model Y | 121 MPGe |

Audi e-tron | 78 MPGe |

## What vehicle gets 136 mpg?

Most Fuel-Efficient Upscale/Luxury Cars

Rank | Make & Model | City mpg |
---|---|---|

1 | Tesla Model 3 Long Range | 136^{1} |

2 | Tesla Model S 100D | 101^{1} |

3 | Polestar 2 | 96^{1} |

4 | Porsche Taycan 4S | 68^{1} |

## What gets better gas mileage than a Prius?

The Ioniq beats the Prius at its own game, and from what we’ve seen, Hyundai’s hybrid system will outperform the Prius for highway mileage, and it’s more relaxed on the highway. For those who think they can plug in, the Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid SE starts at $27,845, not counting $4,543 EV tax credit eligibility.

## Is it worth it to get an electric car?

Electric vehicles are also cheaper to own. A recent Consumer Reports study found that the average electric vehicle driver will spend 60 percent less to power the car, truck or S.U.V. and half as much on repairs and maintenance — no oil changes needed — when compared with the average owner of a gas-powered vehicle.