And this year is no exception.
But what's striking about the list is that it really doesn't contain any real surprises. For instance the number one greenest car is…and you won't be surprised…the Toyota Prius.
In fact looking over the list we're sort of surprised by the lack of surprises. No Tesla, and certainly nothing that's revolutionary and not just evolutionary.
BTW: Click HERE as watch as we take the all electric Tesla Roadster on a road trip through the ice and snow of the Colorado Rockies.
Perhaps next year with the arrival of the Nissan Leaf and the Chevy Volt, KBB might be able to shake up their list with some unexpected surprises.
You can read the entire Kelly Blue Book story HERE.
1. 2010 Toyota Prius Hybrid, 50 mpg combined
2. 2010 Honda Insight Hybrid, 41 mpg combined
3. 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid, 39 mpg combined
4. 2009 VW Jetta SportWagon TDI, 34 mpg combined
5. 2009 Mini Cooper, 32 mpg combined
6. 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid, 32 mpg combined
7. 2009 Honda Fit, 31 mpg combined
8. 2009 BMW 335d, 27 mpg combined
9. 2009 Toyota Highlander Hybrid, 22 mpg combined
10. 2009 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid, 21 mpg combined