by Joe Duarte -
February 27, 2017
62% believe current crop of electric vehicles will fail, 78% believe in future of fuel cell vehicles, and 53% believe diesel future also in doubt.
Pure electrics, plug-in and conventional hybrids, hydrogen fuel cells, and efficient gasoline and diesel-fuelled vehicles make up the 27 entries.
The ACEEE has identified not only the greenest but the meanest vehicles you can buy – the fuel hogs and gross emitters that foul our environment.
Here are the 15 SUVs with some form of all- or four-wheel-drive that consume the least fuel according to Natural Resources Canada’s ratings.
The ACEEE's green rankings take into account a wide array of environmental factors including life-cycle greenhouse gas and pollutant emissions.
Among provinces, gasoline prices are lowest in Alberta and Saskatchewan, highest in British Columbia and Quebec.
Three electric motors combine with a V-6 gasoline engine to power Acura's RLX flagship sedan and enhance its handling ability.
Hyundai’s all-new Ioniq comes in hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fully-electric flavours
The Bolt is a real, practical, fun-to-drive car with a few welcome surprises
Nissan’s compact Sentra gets a turbo boost and a big dose of sportiness