9. 2014 Honda Insight
MSRP:
$18,725
Miles per gallon: 44 city, 41 highway, 42.5 combined

This poor, underloved hybrid never stood a chance. It had ugly wheel covers when it was introduced, watched Toyota's Prius eat up much of its market share and still can't get much love despite its low price, futuristic look and Bruce Willis commercials.

That said, the Insight is the lowest-priced hybrid on the road and is now among the better looking with its LED brake lights and blue headlamps. Despite competition from Toyota's new Prius compact, the insight still reigns among hybrids its size with 85 cubic feet of passenger space and 35 cubic feet of cargo room with the rear seats down. It's also stacked with tech features, including navigation, paddle shifters, Bluetooth and more.

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