With fuel economy being at the forefront in the minds of car shoppers these days, carmakers are working hard at producing models featuring high MPG ratings. To help consumers navigate the crowded auto vehicle market, the ladies and lads down at Edmunds has compiled a list of the most fuel-efficient sedans of the year using numbers sourced from the Environmental Protection Agency.

The top fuel-efficient sedans of 2012 are the Honda Civic Hybrid with city/highway/combined ratings of 44/44/44; the Toyota Camry Hybrid with city/highway/combined ratings of 43/39/41; Ford Fusion Hybrid, 41/36/39; Lincoln MKZ Hybrid, 41/36/39; Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, 35/40/37; Kia Optima Hybrid, 35/40/37; Lexus HS 250h, 35/34/35; Volkswagen Passat Diesel, 31/43/35; Hyundai Accent, 30/40/34; Kia Rio, 30/40/34; and Volkswagen Jetta Diesel, 30/42/34.

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