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Gas Savers: The 9 Most Fuel Efficient Cars in 2014

By on May 13, 2014

Sub-Compact Car: Ford Fiesta SFE FWD

With a bigger car, in the sub-compact class, you can expect a higher MPG rating for highway driving here, though the combined fuel economy is the same as the last two entries.

Another highly positive attribute of the Ford Fiesta SFE FWD is its eco-friendliness.

With just 240 grams of greenhouse emissions per mile, it receives a fantastic 9/10 rating for tailpipe CO2 impact on the environment.

Fuel Economy (MPG)

  • City – 32
  • Highway – 45
  • Combined – 37

Compact Car: Toyota Prius c Hybrid

Fuel Economy (MPG)

  • City – 53
  • Highway – 46
  • Combined – 50

The Prius has been among the best cars in terms of fuel economy for several years now.

In fact, it’s become a bit of an Excellent-MPG poster child.

The Prius c Hybrid will, in fact, save you about $6,500 annually in gas money (pitted against the national average of 25 MPG).

The Prius continues to evolve in style and performance and this 2014 model is really a beautiful and beautiful-to-drive automobile.

Mid-Size Car: Toyota Prius Hybrid

Fuel Economy (MPG)

  • City – 51
  • Highway – 48
  • Combined – 50

Another Prius makes the list!

This one is the regular Hybrid.

The car features a 1.8-liter, 4-cylinder engine for a bit more oomph than the list’s previous entries.

It’s also got a bit better highway MPG to offer than the c Hybrid and will only cost you approximately $1.84 per 25 miles driven.

One Comment

  1. Michael D Scott

    January 7, 2015 at 5:44 pm

    How about hydrogen fuel cars?

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