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By Jim Henry
You want a car with better gas mileage? Look no further. But you might be surprised with what you find. Sure, everyone with a driver's license probably knows by now that the stubby Toyota Prius gets the best gas mileage, but believe it or not, not every car on the list is a hybrid. Nor are they all Japanese, expensive, or Lilliputian in size. In fact, these cars comprise an impressive range of sizes and styles, from the miniscule Smart Fortwo to the rugged Ford Escape Hybrid. Want to see what other cars offer 30 mpg combined city and highway—or better? Read on.
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