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KBB.com Announces Top 10 Green Cars

July 31, 2008

Kelley Blue Book's www.kbb.com, a provider of new- and used-vehicle information, recently announces the launch of KBB Green www.kbb.com/green, an all-new section of the company's Web site designed to help guide new-vehicle shoppers on environmental and fuel economy issues. 

 

Kelley Blue Book's new Green section allows new-car shoppers to obtain information about alternative-fuel technologies, such as hydrogen cars, diesel cars, hybrid cars, natural gas cars, electric cars and flex fuel/ethanol vehicles, as well as fuel-sipping gasoline cars. 

Listed below, in order of combined EPA-estimated fuel economy, are the kbb.com editors' choices for the 2008 Top 10 Green Cars:

Top 10 Green Cars

 

Vehicle

2008 Toyota Prius

City MPG

48

Highway MPG

45

Combined MPG

46

2008 Honda Civic Hybrid

40

45

42

2008 smart fortwo

33

41

36

2008 Nissan Altima Hybrid

35

33

34

2008 MINI Cooper

28

37

32

2008 Ford Escape Hybrid

34

30

32

2008 Honda Fit

28

34

31

2008 Mercedes-Benz E320 BLUETEC

23

32

26

2008 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

27

25

26

2008 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid

21

22

21

 

 

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