2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Exterior Passenger Side Rear

2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Fuel Efficiency & the Competition

Late last month we told you how fuel efficient the upcoming, first-ever 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid will be. But today, we want to take a look at how it compares to the competition. There are plenty of hybrid sedans on there on the market, how does the new 2020 Corolla Hybrid fare against the lot?

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Model

City Fuel Efficiency

Highway Fuel Efficiency

Combined Fuel Efficiency

2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid 53 miles per gallon 52 miles per gallon 52 miles per gallon
2020 Chevy Malibu Hybrid 49 miles per gallon 43 miles per gallon 46 miles per gallon
2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid 43 miles per gallon 41 miles per gallon 42 miles per gallon
2020 Kia Optima Hybrid 40 miles per gallon 45 miles per gallon 42 miles per gallon
2019 Honda Insight 55 miles per gallon 49 miles per gallon 52 miles per gallon
2019 Honda Accord Hybrid 48 miles per gallon 48 miles per gallon 48 miles per gallon
2019 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid 40 miles per gallon 46 miles per gallon 42 miles per gallon
2019 Toyota Camry Hybrid 51 miles per gallon 53 miles per gallon 52 miles per gallon
2019 Toyota Prius 58 miles per gallon 53 miles per gallon 56 miles per gallon

As you can see, the first-ever Toyota Corolla Hybrid slates at the upper end of the spectrum when it comes to hybrid sedans. Only two vehicles surpass it in city fuel economy – the Toyota Prius, which is the most fuel-efficient hybrid vehicle on the market, and the new 2019 Honda Insight. The same can be said on the highway, but instead of the Insight, it is the Toyota Camry Hybrid that joins that Prius as the only vehicles offering more fuel economy. When it comes combined fuel efficiency, the Corolla Hybrid matches both the Insight and Camry Hybrid at 52 miles per gallon, with the Prius surpassing them at 56 mpg.

2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Exterior Front Fascia

2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Interior Cabin Dashboard

The rest of the vehicles don’t even break 50 mpg, thrusting the Corolla Hybrid into the limelight for the new model year. Who is to say when or if more hybrid vehicles join the market for 2020, after all, several of the vehicles in the table are 2019 models. But as of now, the Corolla Hybrid is one of the most efficient sedans on the market.