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Chevy Spark EV leads the class of 2014 in EPA MPGe with 119 combined (128 City, 109 Highway)

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The EPA’s 2014 car numbers are out.

My car of the year is the Chevy Spark EV and here’s why: It costs $2400/year to buy it and $500/year to fuel it making it cost less than $250/month to own. Oh and it has 400ft/lbs of torque and does a 7 second 0-60 with room for 5 people and luggage.

Last year the 2 door Scion 2013 iQ EV with (138 MPGe city and 105 MPGe) was slightly higher but also significantly smaller. 

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Publisher and Editorial Director of the 9to5/Electrek sites. Tesla Model 3, X and Chevy Bolt owner…5 ebikes and counting