Use this tool to help identify the most fuel-efficient conventional vehicle that meets your everyday needs by comparing the fuel consumption information of different models.
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.
Advanced technology vehicles are the most energy-efficient and lowest emission choices available today and include plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell vehicles. PHEVs and BEVs use electricity from a battery that is charged using an external electricity source.
To compare plug-in hybrid electric and battery-electric vehicles, visit our advanced technology vehicles page.
Print all model year 2017 vehicle tables (PDF, 1.96 MB), including advanced technology vehicles. Download fuel consumption ratings datasets for model years 1995 to 2017.
NOTE: An issue has been detected with select diesel vehicles sold in Canada. Please contact VW Canada Inc. for more information.
NOTE: An issue has been detected in the U.S. with select diesel vehicles. Please contact Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Canada Inc. for more information.
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Remember, the lower the L/100 km rating, the lower the fuel consumption. Conversely, the higher the mpg rating, the better the fuel use.
Rankings do not include plug-in hybrid electric or battery electric vehicles.