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New cars continue to become more and more fuel efficient and sedans are no exception. Shoppers today want cars that can not only fit the family, but offer great fuel economy that was once only found in the smallest of cars. Hybrid electric cars, which harness both the power of internal combustion and electricity have become more prominent in the past several years and they are beginning to dominate our list, from the Ford Fusion Hybrid to the luxurious Lexus ES 300h. Most of the cars here offer combined mileage figures well into the 40s and above. The future has never looked greener.
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With 185 net horsepower, the redesigned Ford Fusion Hybrid offers plenty of power to go along with best-in-class fuel economy. The Fusion Hybrid also outpaces the competition on electric power with its ability to cruise at up to 62 mph on battery power alone.
With impressive fuel economy and an advanced hybrid drivetrain it shares with the Ford Fusion, the 2012 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid proves that luxury can go green as well, offering a mix of premium features and efficiency that's hard to beat.
The Civic Hybrid got improved fuel economy as part of its 2012 redesign, now offering 44 mpg in both city and highway driving, making it an ideal car for commuters.
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The Camry Hybrid got a makeover for 2012 which included an overhaul of its drivetrain that pushes fuel economy even higher to 41 combined mpg, making it the most efficient midsize hybrid around.
The new Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid combines German style and sensibility with super fuel economy. Travel in style and save money at the pump with this latest variety of the compact Jetta sedan.
Brand-new for 2013, the Toyota Avalon Hybrid does not compromise, offering full-size comfort and luxury along with plenty of fuel economy. There aren't many full-size cars that possess this potent combination of range, fuel savings, and standard features. And it's pretty stylish to boot.
New for 2013, the ES 300h offers a luxurious interior experience to go along with excellent fuel economy. Never before has 40 combined mpg felt this good.
Making its debut in 2012, the Acura ILX Hybrid successfully meshes fuel efficiency and a premium interior. With the ILX Hybrid, you can drive over 500 miles between fill-ups and do so in luxury and style.
The Sonata Hybrid takes all that is good with the normal Sonata and adds an extra helping of fuel efficiency. With an advanced lithium-ion battery pack that is lighter and more eco-friendly, the Sonata Hybrid features some of the most advanced hybrid technology on the road today.
All miles-per-gallon (mpg) figures are from the 2010/2011 Fuel Economy Guide, which is published by the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy. Fuel Economy Guide data is derived from vehicle testing done at the EPA's National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Mich., and by vehicle manufacturers that submit their own test data to the EPA. All vehicles are tested in the same way so you can compare the results when choosing a vehicle type or class. The mpg ratings appear on window stickers on all new cars and light trucks prior to sale.