Saturday, June 9, 2012

Some Best Fuel Consumptions Car in 2012

New cars now are more efficient than the old ones, but there are models specifically made to be the most fuel efficient. Fuel efficient vehicles are the choice of economical drivers, who want to save money on fuel in the long run. The thing is that the price of fuel efficient cars is often high. Hence, another consideration when buying these kinds of vehicles is their prices.

Toyota Prius

This automobile runs on an average of 50 mpg. Its 1.8L 4-cylinder engine delivers 134 hp and an acceleration of up to 60 mph in 10 seconds. This small sedan is perfect for people who have to travel a hundred miles or more to work, and it has enough room for five people. Available in the market is the 3rd generation Prius model, as well as Prius C and Prius V.

2012 Mitsubishi i (MiEV)

Electric cars are growing in popularity nowadays, due to the environmental friendly tagline. An addition to the family is the new Mitsubishi i-MiEV, which is good for short trips. You can charge it up while at work. There are usually tax incentives on electric vehicles like the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, but ask the dealer first. It is certainly one of the most fuel-efficient automobiles of 2012. This auto is in the class of Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf.

Scion IQ

The iQ is perhaps the smallest four-seater vehicle in the world. Although it is only 10 feet long, do not let the size deceive you. The features of this automobile include 11 airbags, HD technology, and Bluetooth, and the engine unleashes 37 mpg on the average.

Honda Civic Hybrid

This is perhaps Toyota's rival. Its 4-cylinder engine delivers 44 mpg of performance and a speed of 60 mph from rest in 11.3 seconds. This sporty sedan is for those who prefer Honda to Toyota.

Lexus CT 200h

Lexus CT 200h and Honda Insight rival each other, both giving 42 mpg performance. The question is whether you prefer luxury to necessity. If you do, you should be going after the Lexus CT 200h. Its 1.8-L 4-cylinder engine delivers an acceleration of 60 mph from rest in 9.8 seconds.

Honda Insight

People who need the performance of the Lexus CT 200h minus the luxury should go after the Honda Insight. Both automobiles offer the same performance. Insight's 4-cylinder 98 hp engine bestows 42 mpg. Because it's not as luxurious as the Lexus CT 200h, it's the affordable version.

Ford Fusion Hybrid

This vehicle bestows a mileage of 39 mpg and has a 2.5-liter 191 hp engine that gives an acceleration of 60 mph in 8.4 seconds. This is the more affordable version of the classy Lincoln MKZ Hybrid, which has the same 39-mpg mileage and 191 hp engine. If you are after the lower price, you can go for the Ford Fusion Hybrid. The MKZ Hybrid is for those who want style.

Toyota Camry Hybrid

This automobile gives 41 mpg of mileage, and its 2.5-liter 200 hp engine gives the Toyota Camry Hybrid an acceleration of 60 mph in 7.7 seconds. The Hybrid version offers greater fuel efficiency than the original Camry.

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