These lists show the vehicles within each category that achieved the best or worst gas mileage in Consumer Reports' real-world tests. They have selected mpg cutoffs that are relative to each category. For example, a vehicle that gets 19 mpg would not be a standout among wagons, but it would be among the highest in the midsized SUV or minivan categories.
Here are some highlights from Consumer Reports' list of the most fuel-efficient new cars.
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