9. Ford Fusion Hybrid $27,995
Ford is putting a lot of effort into its hybrid powertrain strategy, and the Fusion is the second most expensive vehicle on our list, costing $27,995. Despite the higher price-tag, the Fusion enjoys an EPA rating of 47 mpg combined. Ford accomplishes this impressive fuel mileage thanks to the pairing of a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with an electric motor and a 7.6kWh battery which helps the Fusion Hybrid get a total of 188 hp. Ford makes it all come-together with its eCVT. Ford liked this setup so much, that it’s put to use again in the more affordable compact people hauler, the C-Max hybrid. Read our review of the 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid, where we found the EPA ratings hard to reproduce. If you’re still interested in learning more about the Ford Fusion Hybrid be sure to build and price one on our new car buying page.