Most Fuel-Efficient Vehicles

Natural Resources Canada recognizes the most fuel-efficient new light-duty vehicles in their class sold in Canada each model year. Best-in-class vehicles have the lowest estimated annual fuel use, based on 20 000 km driven with a mix of 55 percent city and 45 percent highway. For each class, the most fuel-efficient conventional vehicle and the most efficient advanced technology vehicle (where applicable) are recognized.

The most fuel-efficient vehicles for model year 2014
Cars
Two-seater smart fortwo electric drive
35 kW electric motor, 1-speed automatic
Honda CR-Z
1.5 L, 4 cylinder hybrid, continuously variable
Minicompact Scion iQ
1.3 L, 4 cylinder, continuously variable
Subcompact Chevrolet Spark EV
104 kW electric motor, 1-speed automatic
Ford Fiesta SFE
1.0 L, 4 cylinder, 5-speed manual
Compact Ford Focus Electric
107 kW electric motor, 1-speed automatic
Toyota Prius c
1.5 L, 4 cylinder hybrid, continuously variable
Mid-size Nissan LEAFTM
80 kW electric motor, 1-speed automatic
Honda Accord Hybrid
2.0 L, 4 cylinder hybrid, continuously variable
Toyota Prius
1.8 L, 4 cylinder hybrid, continuously variable
Full-size Tesla Model S
225 kW electric motor, 60 kWh battery, 1-speed automatic
Ford C-MAX Hybrid
2.0 L, 4 cylinder hybrid, continuously variable
Station Wagon
Small BMW 328d xDrive Touring
2.0 L, 4 cylinder diesel, 8-speed automatic
Mid-size Toyota Prius v
1.8 L, 4 cylinder, continuously variable
Light Trucks
Pickup Truck
Small Toyota Tacoma
2.7 L, 4 cylinder, 5-speed manual
Standard Ram 1500 Diesel
3.0 L, 6 cylinder, 8-speed automatic
Sport Utility Vehicle
Small Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid AWD
2.0 L, 4 cylinder hybrid, continuously variable
Standard Toyota Highlander Hybrid AWD LE
3.5 L, 6 cylinder hybrid, 6-speed automatic with select shift
Minivan Mazda5
2.5 L, 4 cylinder, 5-speed automatic with select shift
Van
Cargo Nissan NV200 Cargo Van
2.0 L, 4 cylinder, continuously variable
Passenger Ford Transit Connect Taxi
1.6 L, 4 cylinder, 6-speed automatic with select shift