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December 16, 2012

Green Thinking

Most fuel-efficient vehicles; Indianapolis plans e-car switch

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The Toyota Prius is No. 3 among sedans. (Toyota)

Efficiency lists
We've compiled the top 10 most fuel-efficient vehicles in eight categories to help you save money on gas and protect the environment. Check out the EPA fuel-economy leaders at NWautos.com/green.
NWautos staff







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Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard stands with a Ford Focus Electric. (Rich Callahan / The Associated Press)

Electric city
Indianapolis wants to become the first major city to replace its entire fleet with electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles to reduce U.S. reliance on foreign-produced fuels. Mayor Greg Ballard signed an executive order last week mandating that Indianapolis replace its current sedans with electric vehicles. The city hopes to complete the switch by 2025 and plans to ask automakers to develop a plug-in hybrid police car.
The Associated Press

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