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Many of our readers have vowed not to buy another car until they can get one that features a plug. However, many others can't wait until affordable electric vehicles become widely available. For those that need an affordable car that emits as little as possible and consumes not much more, there are options. The folks at NADAguides.com have compiled a list of the top five cleanest conventional cars currently available. Technically, the list actually contains only four unique cars, since the Chevy
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