The Toyota Prius has earned the top spot in Consumer Reports list of best-value new cars.
The product-testing organization says the Prius has "the right combination of performance, reliability and low estimated five-year ownership costs of 47 cents a mile."
The hybrid vehicles cost more than $29,000.
Consumer Reports tested over 200 vehicles on the market looking at road-test scores, reliability and five-year owner-cost estimates.
This years runner up, the Honda Fit.
It held the number one spot for four years before it was bumped by the Prius.
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