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Least and Most Polluting Cars

The ACEEE's Green Book®, a buyer's guide to environmentally friendly passenger vehicles, rates cars according to their emissions and fuel consumption, and publishes an annual list of the "greenest" and "meanest" (i.e., most polluting). Here's the list for 2019 cars.

Greenest vehiclesMPG:
city1
MPG:
hwy.1
Green2
score
1. Hyundai Ioniq Electric4.73.867
2. Hyundai Ioniq Blue575965
2. BMW i33.73.065
4. Honda Clarity Electric3.73.164
5. Kia Soul Electric3.72.863
6. Nissan Leaf3.73.063
7. Honda Insight554963
8. Hyundai Kona Electric4.13.263
9. Volkswagen e-Golf3.73.362
10. Toyota Camry Hybrid LE515362
Meanest vehiclesMPG:
city
MPG:
hwy.
Green2
score
1. Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk 4X4111725
2. Toyota Sequoia131727
3. Mercedes-Benz121828
3. Mercedes-Benz G550131728
3. Toyota Tundra131728
3. Lexus LX 570131828
3. Mercedes-Benz AMG GLS63131828
8. Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT 4x4131929
8. Toyota Land Cruiser Wagon131829
8. Dodge Durango SRt131929
8. Land Rover Range Rover LWD SVA131929
8. Nissan Armada131829
NOTE: MPG = miles per gallon. 1. Fuel economy for electric vehicles is provided in miles per kilowatt-hour. 2. The green score runs on a scale from 0 to 100. The top vehicle this year scored a 59, and the worst gas-guzzler scored 23. The score is based on automakers' test results for fuel economy and emissions as reported to the EPA, as well as an estimate of pollution from vehicle manufacturing, from the production and distribution of fuel, and from vehicle tailpipes. It also factors in air pollution. Source: Web: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).

 

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