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What is the Most Fuel-Efficient Toyota?
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The Toyota Prius Prime Plug-In Hybrid is the most fuel efficient Toyota car with an estimated 54 city mpg and 133 highway mpg. However, many other Toyota models – from hybrids to gas-powered sedans – offer stellar fuel efficiency ratings that will allow you to travel longer without having to stop at the pump. What Toyota vehicles are the most fuel efficient? Some of the most fuel efficient Toyota models include gas and hybrid models of the Toyota Corolla, Camry and Avalon sedans. For more tips for choosing the best, most fuel efficient vehicles from Toyota, visit our Toyota dealership in Doylestown, PA, and speak with our Toyota sales experts.

Top 3 Most Fuel Efficient Toyota Models

The top three most fuel efficient Toyota models are:

  1. Toyota Prius Prime - 54/133 est. mpg
  2. Toyota Mirai - 67/67 est. mpg
  3. Toyota Prius - 54/50 est. mpg

Additional fuel-efficient models include:

  • Toyota Yaris - 32/40 est. mpg
  • Toyota Corolla - 31/38 est. mpg
  • Toyota Corolla Hybrid - 53/52 est. mpg
  • Toyota Corolla Hatchback - 30/38 est. mpg
  • Toyota Prius c - 48/43 est. mpg
  • Toyota Camry - 29/41 est. mpg
  • Toyota Camry Hybrid - 51/53 est. mpg
  • Toyota Avalon - 22/32 est. mpg
  • Toyota Avalon Hybrid - 43/44 est. mpg
  • Toyota C-HR - 27/31 est. mpg
  • Toyota RAV4 - 26/35 est.mpg
  • Toyota RAV4 Hybrid - 41/38 est. mpg
  • Toyota Highlander - 21/27 est. mpg
  • Toyota Highlander Hybrid - 30/28 est. mpg
Most Fuel-Efficient Toyota Prius

Want to learn more about which new Toyota is the most fuel efficient? Visit Thompson Toyota in Doylestown, PA, to lease or finance your next fuel-efficient Toyota car. We'll help go over Toyota mpg ratings and more so that you can make a confident decision in which Toyota model you take home.

*Based on 2019 EPA mileage/highway estimates and driving range ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe/MPG and driving range will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery age/condition, and other factors. For additional information about EPA ratings, visit

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