most fuel efficient cars

most fuel efficient cars

Most Fuel Efficient Cars

Photo: American Honda Motor Co., Inc. › 1 of 20 › Spend More Time in Your Car and Less at the Pump Changes might be coming to automakers’ corporate fuel economy requirements, but for the time being, it’s business as usual. And that means it’s a race to see which manufacturer can come up with the most fuel-efficient hybrid vehicle technology and design. Many buyers are eager for new, fuel-efficient cars that offer the same comfort and features as regular gasoline-powered cars. Some of 2017’s new entries have surprisingly competitive pricing, as well. Ultimately, consumers will use their buying power to decide if fuel-efficient vehicles stick around. Right now, the following new cars are the most efficient options available, and many of them also score well in the other factors that determine our rankings. Read the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Full Review See 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Photos See Midsize Cars Rankings
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Most Fuel Efficient Cars

Spend More Time in Your Car and Less at the Pump Changes might be coming to automakers’ corporate fuel economy requirements, but for the time being, it’s business as usual. And that means it’s a race to see which manufacturer can come up with the most fuel-efficient hybrid vehicle technology and design. Many buyers are eager for new, fuel-efficient cars that offer the same comfort and features as regular gasoline-powered cars. Some of 2017’s new entries have surprisingly competitive pricing, as well. Ultimately, consumers will use their buying power to decide if fuel-efficient vehicles stick around. Right now, the following new cars are the most efficient options available, and many of them also score well in the other factors that determine our rankings. Read the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Full Review See 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Photos See Midsize Cars Rankings
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Most Fuel Efficient Cars

Fuel economy is an important factor to consider when buying a new car, even when gas prices are down. History has shown that they won’t stay that way forever. Many conventional cars today offer impressive fuel economy, especially in contrast to what you may be trading in. Further, alternative powertrains offer an increasing array of choices, with diesels, electrics, and hybrids each carrying appeal for different drivers. Measuring fuel economy is among our more than 50 tests we conduct on each car we purchase. Our fuel economy numbers are derived from a precision flow meter and are rounded to the nearest mile per gallon (mpg). CR’s overall mileage is calculated from equal portions of city and highway driving. Below, we spotlight the top most fuel-efficient cars based on the overall fuel economy test results, omitting electric cars. Complete test results can be found by clicking through to the model pages. See our list of the 10 most efficient SUVs.
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Changes might be coming to automakers’ corporate fuel economy requirements, but for the time being, it’s business as usual. And that means it’s a race to see which manufacturer can come up with the most fuel-efficient hybrid vehicle technology and design. Many buyers are eager for new, fuel-efficient cars that offer the same comfort and features as regular gasoline-powered cars. Some of 2017’s new entries have surprisingly competitive pricing, as well.
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9 cars that are good on gas 1 of 10 Honda Cars are more fuel-efficient than ever, so these days it’s easy to save on gas, regardless of what size and body style suits you. Using a variety of technology to improve fuel economy, here are 9 cars that suit everyday driving needs while saving on gas at the same time. FREE CREDIT SCORE: Your credit score exerts a big influence on the auto loan rates you’ll be offered at the dealership. Check it for free at myBankrate. Previous Next 1 of 10
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Below, we spotlight the top most fuel-efficient cars based on the overall fuel economy test results, omitting electric cars. Complete test results can be found by clicking through to the model pages.
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Cars are more fuel-efficient than ever, so these days it’s easy to save on gas, regardless of what size and body style suits you. Using a variety of technology to improve fuel economy, here are 9 cars that suit everyday driving needs while saving on gas at the same time.
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Minicompact cars This is a small category, and I’m not just saying that to make a hideous pun. There simply isn’t a great variety of cars to pick from here — most of the top 10 for this category are actually various FIAT 500 and MINI Cooper models, including the Cooper S and 500 Abarth. If you haven’t picked up on the trend of small, lightweight cars being efficient, consider this your final notice. After the inexpensive cars are picked through, there’s a bit of a price jump to the Porsches and Ferraris of the world.
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Spoiler alert: The Kia Niro is the only SUV to rank amongst the most fuel-efficient cars on the market. This subcompact SUV is all new for the 2017 model year, and shares a lot of its technology with the aforementioned Hyundai Ioniq. Great fuel economy estimates and a starting price of $22,890 make it a smart choice for customers.
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I am a fuel economy nerd, so I like to research what’s new on the market. In this post, I will list out the top 10 most fuel efficient cars of 2017 sold in the U.S. market.
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Despite another year of very cheap fuel prices, 2017 will see the launch of two new vehicles on this list of the most fuel efficient cars (coming in at the #1 and #3 spots). This compares to zero new vehicles launched last year. Additionally, manufacturers have also upgraded battery packs and driving range for a number of returnees on the list.
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With more than 3.5 million cars on the road since its introduction, the Toyota Prius has remained a mainstay among cars with top fuel economy. With a starting price of $24,200, current models are powered by a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine paired with an electric motor to producing 121 total horsepower with an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 54 city, 50 highway mpg.
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The 10 cars on this list will save you money in two ways — once at the dealership, and again every time you go to the gas station. These are the 10 most efficient cars under $25,000, according to EPA fuel economy ratings and Kelley Blue Book Fair Market Range as of May 2016.
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Overview Prev Start the list The 10 cars on this list will save you money in two ways — once at the dealership, and again every time you go to the gas station. These are the 10 most efficient cars under $25,000, according to EPA fuel economy ratings and Kelley Blue Book Fair Market Range as of May 2016.
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Ultimately, consumers will use their buying power to decide if fuel-efficient vehicles stick around. Right now, the following new cars are the most efficient options available, and many of them also score well in the other factors that determine our rankings.
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This is a small category, and I’m not just saying that to make a hideous pun. There simply isn’t a great variety of cars to pick from here — most of the top 10 for this category are actually various FIAT 500 and MINI Cooper models, including the Cooper S and 500 Abarth. If you haven’t picked up on the trend of small, lightweight cars being efficient, consider this your final notice. After the inexpensive cars are picked through, there’s a bit of a price jump to the Porsches and Ferraris of the world.
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Gas prices always seem to be rising, so getting a high MPG vehicle is a good idea for most car buyers. Hybrid sedans and electric vehicles often lead the way for fuel economy, but these Top Ten lists will help you discover the most fuel-efficient choices across every vehicle type.
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For the specs listed below, fuel economy, CO2 emissions (in grams/mile), and annual fuel cost metrics were gathered from the EPA’s fueleconomy.gov site. Annual fuel costs listed are based on 45% highway, 55% city driving, 15,000 annual miles and $0.13 per kWh of electricity.
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Fuel economy is an important factor to consider when buying a new car, even when gas prices are down. History has shown that they won’t stay that way forever. Many conventional cars today offer impressive fuel economy, especially in contrast to what you may be trading in. Further, alternative powertrains offer an increasing array of choices, with diesels, electrics, and hybrids each carrying appeal for different drivers.
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Don’t just save money on gas, save money on the car, too. Here’s a list of the most fuel-efficient cars available for less than $25,000, according to Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price and our new-car classified listings.
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Overview Prev Start the list Don’t just save money on gas, save money on the car, too. Here’s a list of the most fuel-efficient cars available for less than $25,000, according to Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price and our new-car classified listings.
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I scanned for the best fuel economy across each type of powertrain – electric, plug-in hybrid, and gas-electric hybrids. As fate would have it, the 10 most efficient cars are all electric drive at this point. But due to their pricey battery packs, electric vehicles are still more expensive than their gasoline counterparts. Only a few of the vehicles that I will highlight would actually make economic sense to purchase today when you look at total cost of ownership – even with $7,500 federal tax credits still out there.

Published on May 8, 2018 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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