Toyota Prius #1 in Fuel Economy
Toyota Prius was recognized as best in fuel economy of all 2009 cars. The 2009 Fuel Economy Guide issued by the EPA and the US Department of Energy acknowledged the Toyota Prius is the most environmentally friendly car and can save the average driver hundreds of dollars a year in gas costs. The average fuel cost for a Prius averages about $866 a year. Those who drive models from other Pittsburgh dealerships may only get 15 mpg, so they end up spending over $2,000 a year on gasoline. Toyota Prius is the best choice for the environment and the best choice for your wallet, especially if you’re concerned about getting the most bang for your buck of gasoline on the roads of Pittsburgh.
Other Toyotas on the List
Toyota was well represented in the top ten fuel economy list for 2009. The Toyota Camry, Toyota Yaris (manual), and Toyota Yaris (automatic) were also included in recognition of their fuel economy.
Model Mpg (city/highway)
1. Toyota Prius 48/45
6. Toyota Camry Hybrid 33/34
9. Toyota Yaris (manual) 29/36
10. Toyota Yaris (automatic) 29/35
The Toyota Tacoma 2WD also faired well in the category of small pickup trucks, coming in at number one at 19/25 mpg. With such eco-friendly acclaim, why not choose a Toyota for your next car purchase?
Get Yourself a Fuel Friendly Toyota
It is so easy to save gas money when you drive a fuel friendly Toyota Prius or other Toyota hybrids. You can get these and other Toyota models at Toyota Greensburg, just minutes from Pittsburgh. While fuel estimates can vary on new and used cars depending on the way a person drives, you can be sure that a Toyota Prius will not disappoint, even on Pittsburgh’s hilly and winding roads. No matter how you drive, you will save money on gas driving a Toyota Prius which you can buy from a Pittsburgh car dealership.
Stop by Toyota Greensburg and test drive a Toyota Prius to see what the EPA, US Department of Energy, and the many other Pittsburgh Toyota drivers are talking about!