The 15 best performing SUVs require electricity to some or full extent to achieve their stellar performance as the cleanest and most energy efficient vehicles offered in the U.S. and are based on fuel economy ratings provided by the Environmental Protection Agency.
The hybrids are ranked according to their city/highway miles per gallon estimates. EVs are rated according to a miles-per-gallon electric equivalent. Plug-in hybrids note both the MPGe figure for when it’s running on battery power and the conventional rating for when it’s operating in gas/electric hybrid mode.
With the first deliveries expected in March, the full-electric Tesla Model Y will be the most efficient SUV ever built. The EPA projects the dual-motor all-wheel-drive Performance version will, on average, travel for 315 miles on a charge.
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