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Seven Vehicles That Meet CAFE 2025 54.5 mpg Today

54.5 mpg by 2025? Here are seven vehicles available now that meet or beat that figure in their segments.

By Joel Arellano | October 15, 2012
    • 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid/Lexus ES 300h

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      Combined 41 mpg
      Toyota made sure its best-selling Camry sedan and its mechanically identical twin, the Lexus ES 300h, are more than ready to meet CAFE regulations in 2025. The sedans currently get 41 mpg and 40 mpg, respectively, for their combined mpg. Those figures easily meet the future EPA figures for midsized sedans, which range between 38 and 43 mpg. We found the 2012 Camry much more contemporary than its predecessor in looks and handling. The 2013 Lexus ES 300h builds on the Camry's newfound road prowess, though we did find the power steering softer in our first drive than expected.

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    1 comments
    11-VoltOwner
    11-VoltOwner

    Another typo. Volt does 40 miles on battery, then 340 miles on gas, not 300 as you've said.