Announced the Mitsubishi i-MiEV to the most economical car in the U.S. 2012

Mitsubishi i-MiEV is the most economical car in the U.S. for the year, according to a study of EPA (Agency for Environmental Protection) and the Ministry of Energy in the U.S..

Federal agencies have tested many fuel efficient cars, the most economical of them was electric model Mitsubishi.

The amount of travel 100 kilometers with a fully electric vehicle is equivalent to fuel consumption of 2.1 l./100 km. (112 MPG). i-MiEV is a fully electric model that does not use fuel to move. Americans measure fuel economy in the electric equivalent of MPG (mileage miles per gallon).

After Mitsubishi i-MiEV Nissan Leaf rank with an average consumption 2.3 l./100 km, Ford Transit Connect (3.8 l./100 km.) And the Chevrolet Volt (3.9 l./100 km.).

Among the most economical vehicles powered by internal combustion engine does a hybrid Toyota Prius, which showed an average fuel consumption of 4.7 l./100 km.

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