Thinking of buying a new car? Wondering which makes and models have the best environmental record?

We did, too! Before you go shopping for your new car, hereís your chance to consider buying a car thatís kind to our air.


We know: 10 Cleanest Cars for 2004

According to the Environmental Protection Agency...

Here are the 10 cleanest and most fuel-efficient vehicles currently on the market for Model Year 2004.

(So they not only preserve our atmosphere, they save money on gas!)

  1. Honda Insight- uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 57 mpg City and 56 mpg highway
  2. Toyota Prius -uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 60 mpg City and 51 mpg highway
  3. Honda Civic Hybrid (4HNXV01.37CP)- uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating,47 mpg City and 48 mpg highway
  4. Honda Civic-uses compressed natural gas (CNG), 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 30 mpg City and 34 mpg highway
  5. Nissan Sentra-uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 28 mpg City and 35 mpg highway
  6. Mazda Mazda 3-uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 28 mpg City and 35 mpg highway
  7. Ford Focus-uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 25 mpg City and 33 mpg highway
  8. Ford Focus Station Wagon-uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 25 mpg City and 33 mpg highway
  9. Hyundai Elantra-uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 24 mpg City and 32 mpg highway
  10. Volkswagen Jetta-uses gasoline, 10 (out of 10) emissions rating, 24 mpg City and 30 mpg highway

Be sure to check the EPA website for specific I.D. numbers on each car to be sure you have one of the top ten models.



Privacy Policy | Terms of Use ©ineed2know.org

Sponsored by