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Most Fuel Efficient Cars of 2017 That Are Not Hybrids

2017 Honda Fit
1.5-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic 7-speed
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
32 city 37 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Honda Civic 4-door
2.0-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic (variable gear ratios)
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
31 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Honda Civic 5-door
1.5-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic (variable gear ratios)
Turbocharged
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
31 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Nissan Versa
1.6-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic (variable gear ratios)
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
31 city 39 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 smart fortwo coupe
0.9-liter / 3-cylinder
Manual 5-speed
Turbocharged
Premium Gasoline
34 MPG combined
31 city 39 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Fiat 500
1.4-liter / 4-cylinder
Manual 5-speed
Premium Gasoline
34 MPG combined
31 city 38 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 smart fortwo cabriolet
0.9-liter / 3-cylinder
Manual 5-speed
Turbocharged
Premium Gasoline
34 MPG combined
31 city 38 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 BMW 328d xDrive sedan (AWD)
2.0-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic 8-speed
Turbocharged
Diesel Fuel
34 MPG combined
30 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 BMW 328d xDrive Sports Wagon (AWD)
2.0-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic 8-speed
Turbocharged
Diesel Fuel
34 MPG combined
30 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Chevrolet Cruze
1.4-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic 6-speed
Turbocharged
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
30 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Ford Focus FWD
1.0-liter / 3-cylinder
Manual 6-speed
Turbocharged
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
30 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Jaguar XE AWD
2.0-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic 8-speed
Turbocharged
Diesel Fuel
34 MPG combined
30 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Jaguar XF AWD
2.0-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic 8-speed
Turbocharged
Diesel Fuel
34 MPG combined
30 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Toyota Corolla LE Eco
1.8-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic (variable gear ratios)
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
30 city 40 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Honda Civic 2-door
2.0-liter / 4-cylinder
Automatic (variable gear ratios)
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
30 city 39 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Toyota Yaris iA
1.5-liter / 4-cylinder
Manual 6-speed
Regular Gasoline
34 MPG combined
30 city 39 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 2.9 gal/100 miles

2017 Honda Civic 5-door
1.5-liter / 4-cylinder
Manual 6-speed
Turbocharged
Regular Gasoline
33 MPG combined
30 city 39 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 3 gal/100 miles

2017 Honda Civic 5-door Sport
1.5-liter / 4-cylinder
Manual 6-speed
Turbocharged
Premium Gasoline
33 MPG combined
30 city 39 highway
Fuel Consumption Rate: 3 gal/100 miles

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5 comments ↓

#1 Steve Massimini on 04.26.17 at 2:56 am

Great article! Most People always choose hatchback with the most fuel efficient engine.

#2 Anthony on 04.29.17 at 10:03 am

Great figures, though when electrics become more widely available, I’ll be switching. The climate needs it!

#3 Joshua on 05.09.17 at 8:45 am

Thank you for the post. With its help we can choose the most economical car.

#4 Alan Cecil on 06.17.17 at 3:13 am

Thank you first share a great article . Everybody properly read your article then he must choose the best economical car

#5 Matthew K. Norton on 11.27.17 at 4:49 am

It’s a great post! Thanks for sharing

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