Kelley Blue Book Names 10 Best Green Cars for Fuel Efficiency

Here’s five of the 10 Kel­ley Blue Book Best Green Cars of 2013….

2013 Nis­san Leaf
Nis­san reduced the Leaf’s start­ing price by $6,000 for 2013, so after the $7,500 fed­er­al tax sav­ings, you can go all-elec­tric for about $22,000.

2013 Tes­la Mod­el S
With blis­ter­ing accel­er­a­tion, dis­tinct but taste­ful styling, abun­dant inte­ri­or space and an EPA-esti­mat­ed 265-mile range, the Mod­el S is among the coolest cars avail­able, elec­tric or oth­er­wise.

2013 Lin­coln MKZ Hybrid
From the hybrid pow­er­train to the MyLin­coln Touch info­tain­ment sys­tem to the sleek, coupe-like pro­file, Lincoln’s gas/electric mid-size sedan is as con­tem­po­rary a vehi­cle we’ve seen from the automak­er in a long time.

2013 Volk­swa­gen Jet­ta Hybrid
The first gas-elec­tric Jet­ta is 1) a fun-to-dri­ve Euro­pean sedan that 2) returns 45 com­bined mpg and 3) starts under $26,000.

2013 Toy­ota Aval­on Hybrid
The Toy­ota Aval­on is all-new for 2013 and, thanks to the avail­able gas-elec­tric hybrid pow­er­train, one of the newest mem­bers of the 40 mpg club.

To see KBB.com’s full list of the 10 Best Green Cars of 2013, vis­it here.

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