No one likes a gas guzzler, fuel economy is an important factor to consider when buying a new car, even when gas prices are down. With how often and how quickly gas prices can fluctuate, why not be prepared by driving a fuel efficient vehicle.  Here is a spotlight six top most fuel-efficient cars based on the overall fuel economy test results (omitting electric cars).


Toyota Prius

This offers fuel of 52 mpg and the car handles responsively and rides comfortably with abundant fuel economy information on the dash board. The car can drive solely on electric and the engine is quiet once it kicks in.


Hyundai Ioniq

The Ioniq hybrid is a fuel sipper with 52 mpg overall with a four-cylinder engine, paired with the electric drive, puts out a combined 139 hp. Like other hybrids, it can drive on electric power at low speeds.

Toyota Camry Hybrid

The redesigned Camry brings snazzier styling and is one of the best mid sized sedans with four-cylinder engine that provides ample power and gets an impressive 32 mpg overall.

Kia Niro

Kia’s five-passenger Niro has  good fuel economy with cargo versatility. This frontwheel- drive hybrid uses a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine, which, in conjunction with the electric drive unit, puts out a combined 139 hp with 43 mpg overall.


Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid

This car is quiet and has easy-to-use controls, with two four-cylinder turbo engines and gets an impressive 41 mpg overall. It is also roomy, comfortable  with a neat cockpit and infotainment system.

Chevrolet Cruze

Chevrolet Cruze

The Cruze is comfortable with a quiet interior,  turbo four-cylinder engine and smooth start/stop feature with 30 mpg overall. The  infotainment system features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which mirror some of your smartphone icons on the screen.

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