Top 10 Green Cars of 2011

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The top 10 green cars of 2011 were announced by KBB.com today, and included in the list are eco friendly vehicles from Ford, Fiat, Volkswagen, Honda, Lexus, Toyota, and more. Keep reading to see the full top 10 list.

 

Top 10 Green Cars of 2011

10. 2012 Ford Focus

  • 28 mpg in the city/38 mpg on the highway
  • $19,000
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9. 2012 Fiat 500

  • 30 mpg in the city/38 mpg on the highway
  • $16,000
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8. 2011 Hyundai Elantra

  • 29 mpg in the city/ 40 mpg on the highway
  • $15,580
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7. 2011 Volkswagen Golf TDI

  • 30 mpg in the city/42 mpg on the highway
  • $18,765
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6. 2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid

  • 30 mpg in the city/38 mpg on the highway
  • $20,580
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5. 2011 Honda Insight

  • 40 mpg in the city/43 mpg on the highway
  • $18,950
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4. 2011 Lexus CT 200h

  • 43 mpg in the city/40 mpg on the highway
  • $29,995
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3. 2011 Toyota Prius

 

2. 2011 Chevy Volt

  • 93 mpg equivalent (since it’s an electric car)
  • $41,000
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1. 2011 Nissan Leaf

 

A clear shift towards electric vehicles

it’s certainly telling that KBB’s list is led with two electric vehicles, the Volt and the Leaf. Do you drive one of these cars, and if not, are you considering driving one for your next vehicle?

 

More electric vehicle resources

Check out these links for more information on why your next car should be an electric one!

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