Protection Agency environmental (EPA) published a ranking of the vehicles with the highest fuel efficiency.
According to Walla News, the leader of the rating was the Mazda brand. Japanese brand cars consume an average of 8.1 liter of fuel per 100 kilometers in combined cycle.
Second place with a virtually identical rate went to Honda, the third – Subaru (8.5 litres per 100 km). Completing the top five Nissan (8.6 liters per 100 km) and Hyundai (8,7 liters per 100 km).
The TOP 10 also included: BMW (8.8 l per 100 km), Kia (9.1 liters per 100 km), Toyota (9.3 liters per 100 km), Mercedes (9.9 l / 100 km), Ford (10,1 liters per 100 km).
As noted in the EPA, the Volkswagen brand was not included in the rating due to the ongoing US government investigations against the German automaker in connection with the «diesel scandal».