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Statistics About The Most Eco Friendly Car

The most eco-friendly car is expected to have low emissions, high fuel efficiency, and a high percentage of recyclable materials used in its production.

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"Toyota Prius was recognized as the most eco-friendly car for 2020 by Forbes."

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"Electric cars emit 50% less greenhouse gas than diesel, stat shows."

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"Tesla Model 3 was rated as the most efficient electric car by the EPA in 2021."

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"In 2019, 58% of new vehicles sold in Norway were electric (most eco-friendly)."

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"By 2030, UK plans to end the sale of new petrol and diesel cars to encourage eco-friendly cars."

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"Nissan Leaf has saved over 2.1 million metric tons of CO2 emissions worldwide as of 2020."

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"The Hyundai Ioniq electric version averages 145 city / 121 highway MPGe, holding a spot as an efficient eco-friendly car."

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"The Chevrolet Bolt EV offers an impressive 259 miles of range on a full charge."

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"Owners of plug-in vehicles (PiVs) are said to be 3 times less likely to switch back to gas-powered cars."

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"Roughly 98% of U.S. made Tesla Model S and X EVs were still on the road after three years, proving their durability."

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"The Honda Fit EV can achieve 132-city/105-highway MPGe, a leading statistic among eco-friendly cars."

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"By 2025, Volkswagen plans to produce 1.5 million electric cars per year."

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"According to a survey by AAA, 20% of Americans want their next vehicle to be an electric car."

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"BMW plans to have 25% of its sales coming from electric vehicles by 2023."

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"Globally, over 2 million electric vehicles were sold in 2018, representing a 63% increase from the previous year."

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"The Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium offers an EPA-estimated range of 300 miles."

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"According to a study by BloombergNEF, electric cars could be cheaper than combustion-engine cars by 2022."

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"Electric cars are said to be cheaper in the long run, costing 6.26 cents per mile driven, compared to 10.51 cents for gasoline cars."

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