By: Chris Ryshaw The most eco-friendly cars on the road today are almost always the ones you see on the dash.
They’re the ones with the most carbon footprint and the least amount of emissions per mile.
The best cars in our eco-friend list come from all around the world, and while the models we tested are all top-notch, there are some that are especially eco-conscious and offer some environmental benefits.
Here are the best eco-car options for your car, truck or SUV.
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This Toyota 4Runner, powered by the 3.0-liter V6 engine, is certified to be 100% efficient at both low and high speed, as well as offering an EPA rating of 30.5 mpg city/32.8 mpg highway.
This Toyota Land Cruiser gets an EcoBoost engine that delivers more than 300 miles of highway-capable highway, and is also a certified top 10 Eco-friendly car.
The 3.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, with its dual-scroll turbocharger, delivers 300 hp, but is only rated for 36.5 MPG city/36.4 MPG highway.
It might not sound like much, but the Land Cruiser is rated at more than 40 miles of total highway mileage, including city and highway.
Its 0-60 mph time is 5.8 seconds and its top speed is 174 mph.
It is also an EPA Certified Top 10 Eco Car.
This Ford Focus Electric is also rated as a Top 10 Efficient Electric Car.
This Nissan Leaf, which has been a popular choice among car enthusiasts for years, gets an EPA-certified Top 10 Energy-Efficient Car.
The Volkswagen Golf is a compact, all-wheel-drive, electric car.
It can be equipped with a range of up to 215 miles on a single charge and has a 0-to-60 time of just 1.9 seconds.
It has a top speed of 177 mph and a claimed 0-62 mph time of 3.2 seconds.
Its a compact car with a high level of efficiency.
Its EPA-rated 0-65-mph time is 4.3 seconds and the claimed top speed (100 km/h) is 174.4 mph.
Its a great all-around car.
Its also a very eco-efficient car, too, which is why it is certified as a top 10 eco-vehicle.
This Audi S6 is a luxury, eco-driven, all wheel-drive car.
Like the Golf, it is also equipped with an electric motor and a range that reaches up to 220 miles.
Like its larger cousin, the S6 e-tron, it has a claimed top-speed of 190 mph and is rated as being eco-green.
It is the only car in our top 10 list to have been certified as eco-neutral.
This Audi A6 is rated with an EPA EcoBoost EcoBoost Turbocharged Engine that has a EPA rated range of 205 miles.
It offers the highest level of eco-efficiency, according to the EPA, with a claimed efficiency of 94.9 percent.
It also has the lowest overall energy use of any of our eco cars.
It uses only 19.5 percent of the total energy available in the vehicle.
It also has a claim to being eco eco-certification-friendly, with an average fuel efficiency of 13.6 miles per gallon.
It’s the car that people love to hate, and people hate it for all the wrong reasons.
It’s one of the most environmentally-friendly vehicles on the market.
It does not get credit for its low emissions or any of its other positive attributes.
It can be a bit of a mystery as to why we think the Golf is so eco-focused.
Its diesel engines are rated as having a combined range of just under 160 miles.
However, the Golf only comes with a diesel engine.
That’s a difference of just 11.8 miles, which makes it slightly less eco-sustainable than the Golf.
In our eco car ranking, the BMW i3 comes in second to the S7, but in terms of total mileage, the i3 is still a great deal more eco-congestion-friendly than the S5.
In fact, the car is only one of a whopping eight cars on our list that are rated by the EPA as being more eco friendly than the average American car.
We know that people have the same passion for eco-cars that they have for cars, but how does the eco-market fit into the overall automotive landscape?
While we appreciate that people like the feel of the EcoBoost engines, many also feel that the EcoCars have been over-engineered, especially with the EcoDrive systems.
They believe that these systems