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Most Fuel-Efficient Vehicles That You Can Buy Right Now

Did you know that you probably spend as much at the pumps each year, as you do on your auto insurance? Depending on the type of car you drive, and how often, you’re likely spending one to two thousand dollars a year on fuel. It’s not an insignificant cost, which is why many drivers look to buy a vehicle that sips gas, rather than guzzling it.

Each year, Natural Resources Canada (NRC) recognizes the most fuel-efficient vehicles sold in Canada by class. And, because we here at InsuranceHotline.com like to help you save money, we’ve listed them along with what you can expect to spend on fuel, according to the NRC’s Fuel Consumption Ratings Tool.

2018’s most fuel-efficient vehicles: conventional

According to NRC, conventional vehicles, including hybrids, typically use a gasoline or diesel internal combustion engine exclusively as the source of energy for motive power. Although conventional hybrids use both an internal combustion engine and an electric motor, the battery is charged from the engine during driving; they cannot be plugged-in. The NRC’s picks for most fuel-efficient conventional vehicles are:

Type of vehicle
Most fuel-efficient in class
Estimated Annual Fuel Cost

Two-seater
FIAT 124 Spider
$1,548

Minicompact
MINI Cooper Convertible
$1,687

Subcompact
Chevrolet Spark
$1,392

Compact
Toyota Prius c
$1,000

Mid-size
Toyota Prius
$882

Full-size
Hyundai IONIQ Blue
$804

Small station wagon
Kia Niro FE
$921

Mid-size station wagon
Toyoto Prius v
$1,137

Small pickup
Chevrolet Colorado
GMC Canyon

$1,824

Standard pickup
Ford F-150
$2,078

Small SUV
Toyota RAV4 Hybrid AWD
$1,431

Standard SUV
Lexus RX 450h AWD
$1,801

Minivan
Chrysler Pacifica (Stop-Start)
Honda Odyssey Touring
$2,078

2018’s most fuel-efficient vehicles: electric

Electric vehicles, as described by NRC, are the most energy-efficient and lowest emission choices available today. There are two types of electric vehicles on the market—plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and battery-electric vehicles (BEVs). PHEVs and BEVs use electricity from a battery that is charged using an external electricity source. The NRC’s picks for most fuel-efficient electric vehicles are:

Type of vehicle
Most fuel-efficient in class
Estimated Annual Cost to Run

Two-seater
smart fortwo electric drive coupe
$502

Subcompact
BMW i3/i3s REx
$617

Compact
Ford Focus Electric
$510

Mid-size
Hyundai IONIQ EV
$403

Full-size
Tesla Model S 75D
$528

Small station wagon
Chevrolet Bolt EV
$458

Small SUV
Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV AWD
$1,278

Standard SUV
Tesla Model X 75D
$585

Minivan
Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid
$945

Buying a car this year? Compare auto insurance quotes to save.

While fuel efficiency and budgeting for the costs of running your new car is a good idea, don’t overlook the cost of auto insurance. If you’re in the market to buy one of Canada’s most fuel-efficient vehicles, compare the car insurance market as well to see which car will save you the most in auto insurance. It takes only a few minutes, and could save you hundreds of dollars on your auto insurance.

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