50 Most Environmentally Friendly and Affordable Vehicles That Can Save You Cash at the Dealership and the Pump

Electric

Electric vehicles (EVs) do not have internal combustion engines and instead are propelled by a rechargeable electric battery or, in some cases, more than one battery. Drivers can recharge them by plugging them in at home or stopping at public charging stations.

Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus

  • EPA size class: Midsize cars
  • MSRP: $37,990
  • Combined mpg: 141
  • Annual fuel cost: $450
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 0.1
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 0

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Chevrolet Bolt EV

  • EPA size class: Small station wagons
  • MSRP: $36,620
  • Combined mpg: 118
  • Annual fuel cost: $550
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 0.2
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 0

BMW i3

  • EPA size class: Subcompact cars
  • MSRP: $44,450
  • Combined mpg: 113
  • Annual fuel cost: $600
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 0.2
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 0

BMW i3s

  • EPA size class: Subcompact cars
  • MSRP: $47,650
  • Combined mpg: 113
  • Annual fuel cost: $600
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 0.2
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 0

Tesla Model Y Performance

  • EPA size class: Small SUVs
  • MSRP: $60,990
  • Combined mpg: 121
  • Annual fuel cost: $550
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 0.2
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 0

Tesla Model X Long Range

  • EPA size class: Large cars
  • MSRP: $74,990
  • Combined mpg: 111
  • Annual fuel cost: $600
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 0.2
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 0

Tesla Model X Standard Range

  • EPA size class: Standard SUVs
  • MSRP: $79,990
  • Combined mpg: 101
  • Annual fuel cost: $650
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 0.2
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 0

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