The Cheapest And Most Expensive Cars to Drive Are...

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No one should be entirely shocked by these findings.

We’re all looking to save money these days, and trying to reduce what you spend at the pump is certainly one method. Gas is not the cheapest thing, and many people simply don’t care what kind of car they drive just so long as it’s fuel efficient. They're the fun suckers, by the way. According to a new report, the Toyota Prius is now the cheapest car you drive today. It costs a grand total of 7 cents per mile to run. The next car on the list? The Prius C, costing 7.2 cents per mile.

The Ford Fusion Hybrid and C-Max Hybrid followed at 7.6 cents, and the Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid came in at 8 cents. But what’s at the complete opposite end of the gas-saving spectrum? Take a wild guess. Got it? If you guessed the Bugatti Veyron, then you’re right. The thing costs a whopping 35.9 cents per mile to run. It’s followed by the Ford E350 Wagon (32.6 cents), the Chevy 2500 Suburban/GMC Yukon X, and the Lamborghini Aventador, all costing 29.9 cents. So there you have it. Our advice: if you can afford it, do whatever is possible to driving something, anything, cooler than a Prius.

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