With the continued talk of higher and higher fuel prices, those considering their options may be looking at buying or leasing a more fuel efficient vehicle. Although hybrid and electric vehicles have the highest fuel efficiencies, many people are looking for something in a more affordable price range than what is currently offered in those vehicle types. If this sounds like you, there are several options out there.
If you want a level of fuel efficiency above 30 MPG, but do not want to spend more than$15,000 for a 4-door, 5-seater vehicle, here are a few to look at:
1. 2012 Toyota Yaris – Low of $14,115 and gets 30-38 MPG
2. 2012 Kia Rio – Low of $13,400 and gets 30-40 MPG
3. 2012 Hyundai Accent – Low of $12,545 and gets 30-40 MPG
4. 2012 Ford Fiesta FWD – Low of $13,200 and gets 29-39 MPG
The low vehicle cost combined with the impressive MPG may be just the right mix for many people, and the stylish compact designs are just are desirable as the price tags. Car makers are quickly adapting to the demand for higher fuel-efficient vehicles of all types as a priority feature that people want.
Are there any other traditional vehicles that get great gas mileage that you have had a good experience with? Do you own any of the models listed? Share your story below!