The Honda Civic GX, a limited edition that runs on natural gas, topped the list of most environmentally sensitive vehicles sold in the U.S. Even thought the GX only gets 34 mpg it had the cleanest tailpipe emissions of any of the others in the running. The top five included the Toyota Prius, Honda Civic and Insight hybrids and gas powered Toyota Corolla. Ford and Pontiac were the only American car companies in the top twelve. The big loser? The Dodge SRT-10 pick-up proved to be the least environmentally sensitive vehicle out of 462 considered. But that probably won't stop folks from coveting that V-10.
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