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Five Toyota Canada vehicles were named by Natural Resources Canada as having best-in-class fuel efficiency for the 2016 model year.

That is more than any other auto manufacturer. In addition, this is the sixteenth consecutive year that at least one member of the Prius family has been recognized.

The TCI vehicles with the lowest estimated fuel use in their respective classes include:


Toyota Prius c
Proving that super-efficient can also be sporty and fun, the 2016 Toyota Prius c has a stylish, youthful design that appeals to Canadians of all ages. Delivering a total hybrid system output of 99 horsepower, the car has remarkable fuel efficiency of just 4.7L / 100 km city and highway combined. Prius c drivers can choose from Normal or ECO modes to suit their mood and driving style, and can even operate the vehicle solely on battery power for more than a kilometre.

Toyota Prius
Making its showroom debut in early spring, the fourth-generation of the world’s most popular and proven hybrid ushers in an exciting new era of advanced motoring. With bold new styling and a fun-to-drive spirit, the 2016 edition has a new gasoline engine with groundbreaking thermal efficiency of more than 40 per cent. This helps the new Prius deliver the outstanding fuel efficiency of 4.5L / 100 km city and highway combined.

Toyota Prius v
Featuring striking body styling and impressive spaciousness, the 2016 Toyota Prius v hybrid crossover meets the needs of Canadian families by combining leading-edge advanced technology with the exceptional city/highway fuel efficiency of 5.6L / 100 km. It’s a real-world, tested and proven vehicle that’s also incredibly versatile.

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid
The seventh hybrid vehicle in the Toyota lineup, the 2016 RAV4 Hybrid, features a winning combination of space, style, capability and performance – plus the stellar fuel efficiency of 7.2L / 100 km city and highway combined. It comes complete with bold body styling, upgraded cabin finishes and a smooth, quiet ride.