Top Ten Most Fuel Efficient Cars

If you’re looking around for a new or second hand car that can give you the best mileage, here’s a list that can help you find the top 10 most efficient cars when it comes to MPG and fuel use. I’ve separated it into categories: import, home-grown and I’ve even found a few SUVs that are more fuel efficient than most if you can’t give up the feel of a big, beautiful car.

Toyota Yaris ( http://www.toyota.com/yaris) A beautiful little car made by one of the best car manufacturers in the world. Toyota has a great history, they last really long and are easy to maintain. It’s a pretty, small car with 44 mpg. Not bad. The Toyota Camry Hybrid is also a great deal if you’re looking for a new, hybrid car.

The runner up is the Toyota Corolla. (http://www.toyota.com/corolla/) The Corolla has always been Toyota’s mainstay and it has great mileage and is a comfy, great four door car you can drive without shame. The best part about it is that this is also one of the best cars to soup up! It’s a favorite with racing addicts. At 27-34 mpg, you can race to your heart’s content.

Honda Civic (http://automobiles.honda.com/civic-sedan/) I can’t just choose one model. The Honda Civic has always been a favorite of mine, looks and comfort-wise. I’ve never been unhappy with any of their old models and each generation has always been very fuel efficient. It even has a hybrid version (37 mpg).

The Honda Fit (http://automobiles.honda.com/fit/ ) is also a great option if you’re thinking about getting a small car. At 28-34 mpg depending on the model and type of transmission, it’s a smart looking little car designed to get the most for your fuel.

Nissan Altima (http://www.nissanusa.com/altima/) Nissan cars have a great reputation for being roomy, easy to handle and great to drive. This is one of the best Nissan models on the market and it has great value if even if you sell it as a second hand car. The hybrid gets up to 35 mpg. The fuel car gets up to 33. It’s still a great deal, whichever you choose.

Mini-Cooper (http://www.mini.com) Another one of my favorite cars, even before the fuel crisis. The Coop has always been one of the most fuel efficient cars on the planet. It’s tiny, gorgeous and has great mileage. Plus, it’s a classic car that can keep up with the best of them. With up to 40 mpg you can’t go wrong with a Mini.

Ford Focus. (http://www.fordvehicles.com/Cars/focus/) I know that Ford’s SUVs like the Expedition have been the poster boys for gas guzzling glory but this beautiful little car is one of the best when it comes to domestic cars. It gives you maximum mileage. Originally designed as a rally vehicle, it is actually one of the best when it comes to handling.

Ford Escape Hybrid. (http://www.fordvehicles.com/suvs/escapehybrid/index.asp) This SUV can really give mileage a run for your money. This is a great deal if you don’t want to give up your SUV but are still concerned about saving gas and the environment. At 26-34 mpg, it may be a little low compared to the rest, but it’s the best SUV deal around.

Lexus Rx 400h (http://www.lexus.com/models/RXh/). I saw this on a website and went to check the car out. All around this SUV is a great deal. You can drive this proudly through any street (path, mountain, river bend) It’s a great SUV that gives you 24-27 mpg but remember, this is an SUV. They’re not exactly famous for gas conservation.

The Peugeot 308 (http://www.mypeugeot308.com/) reduces gas consumption by 58%. This gorgeous French car is compact and built with mileage in mind. That’s 7 liters per 100 km at as its optimum performance.

This are the best and most fuel efficient cars around. If you’re shopping around for a great deal and a great looking car that gives optimum performance for very little gas, check out the sites now. Most of the sites have great little car building options so you can play to your heart’s content.

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