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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
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      2012 Toyota Prius c

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      Combined 50 mpg
      Toyota popularized the hybrid car here in the states and increasingly around the world. Thus, it's not surprising the entry-level Toyota Prius c easily meets the future EPA combined mpg range of 42 to 48 mpg. Heck, it beats the estimation. The Prius c, as we found out in our drive, also showcases the evolution of the Prius lineup with a more distinctive appearance than its larger siblings, as well as more sporty with driving characteristics made possible by its stiffer suspension.

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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.