13. 2017 Toyota Prius Prime
Yet another Prius enters the scene. The 2017 Prime is the first of the plug in versions to join the Prius family. It does have an all electric range that is competitive. The fuel economy is rated at 58 city and 53 highway. It’s apparent that this is one of the most fuel efficient vehicles for urban commuters who do a lot of city driving. One of the drawbacks associated with this vehicle is that it is a lot more expensive than comparable vehicles in its’ class. Toyota has developed a range of vehicles in the Prius lineup and while each has its own special features, most share the fuel efficiency factors as being among the most attractive aspect of the car.