Gas Mileage HybridCars.com
Honda Insight: City 61 Highway 68
Toyota Prius: City 60 Highway 51
Honda Civic: City 48 Highway 51
Honda Accord: City 30 Highway 37
Ford Escape (2wd): City 36 Highway 31
Ford Escape (4wd): City 33 Highway 29
Mercury Mariner: City 33 Highway 29
Toyota Highlander (2wd): City 33 Highway 28
Toyota Highlander (4wd): City 31 Highway 27
Lexus RX400h: City 31 Highway 27
These figures represent EPA test numbers, which are commonly 10 - 20 percent higher than real-world fuel economy for hybrid and conventional vehicles.
Use our Gas Mileage Impact Calculator to track your gas consumption, mpg, and tailpipe emissions. Learn about the methodology and sponsorship behind the calculator.
Official EPA fuel economy numbers are inflated for all cars—not just hybrids. Get the details about EPA testing and the resulting numbers.
Ten easy tips for maximum mpg, and a more detailed list of advanced steps for the fanatic gas-sippers.
Learn about tire resistance, how it affects mileage, and how to choose the right tires for your hybrid.
Learn from the experiences of other hybrid drivers who pay close attention to how they drive, and as a result, get the most for their mileage.
Winter Driving and Fuel Economy
On cold winter days, all vehicles, machines (and people) get less mileage to the gallon. Hybrids drivers care about fuel economy, and will notice the difference more than others.