With fuel prices being extremely unstable worldwide, many people have turned to electric vehicles and hybrids to help them save money on fuel. Does that mean that there are no fuel-efficient gas vehicles? In this blog post we will mention the most fuel-efficient cars of 2018 that aren’t electric or hybrids.
This cramped sedan may not be ideal for family road trips but is a great vehicle when it comes to fuel efficiency. It gets 37 miles per gallon in town and 43 miles per gallon on highways.
This Chevrolet sedan is also pretty small, yet very efficient when it comes to fuel consumption. It gets 38 miles per gallon on the open road and 30 miles per gallon around town.
The Corolla is one of the most popular economy cars on the planet. It may not be the fanciest car out there, but it’s spacious and fuel efficient, getting 40 miles per gallon on a highway and 30 miles per gallon around town.
With the Honda Fit you manage to get a fuel-efficient, and at the same time somewhat spacious sedan. Around the city, you are looking at roughly 33 miles per gallon and 40 miles per gallon on the road.
The all-new redesigned Honda Civic is not only sportier and roomier, but is also even more fuel efficient! Long distance rides it gets 42 miles per gallon while driving around the city gets roughly 32 miles per gallon.
This sedan is a great vehicle when it comes to spaciousness and fuel efficiency. On the highway it gets roughly 40 miles per gallon and 32 miles per gallon around the city.
The Ford Focus is a great vehicle when it comes to fuel mileage and simplicity/design. When driving around the city the car gets 30 miles per gallon and 40 miles per gallon on the highway.
With the Toyota Camry you will experience a more luxurious and more spacious sedan compared to the ones listed above. It may be pricier than the ones listed above, but it most certainly has its perks. This vehicle gets 29 miles per gallon around town and 41 miles per gallon on the highway.