6 of the Most Fuel-Efficient Cars of 2015
Gas prices rising and falling constantly is no secret. This why many consumers are mindful of a car’s fuel efficiency when they are looking to buy a brand new ride. This is because a truly economical vehicle will always allow you to save cash whenever you top up. Aside from that, people are now more vigilant in choosing products that is less harmful to the environment.
Here are six of the best fuel-saving cars you can consider buying:
2015 Honda Accord Hybrid – This model ranks No.1 in the Affordable Midsize Cars by U.S. News & World Report, based on reliability and safety. It has a mpg of 47. Thanks to its 4-cylinder engine and electric motor, this car produces good power and fast acceleration for a midsize vehicle.
Ford Fusion Hybrid – The 2015 Fusion Hybrid competes well against other hybrids from other major carmakers like Honda, Kia and Toyota. Today, it continues to compete with a growing number of midsize hybrids. It is rated at 38 mpg combined.
Lincoln MKZ Hybrid – This is rated at 40 mpg combined (41 mpg city, 39 mpg highway). This new Lincoln hybrid is not only amazingly efficient, but is also impeccably elegant. Thanks to its dual-LCD SmartGauge with Ecoguide, drivers can optimize efficiency.
2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid with inset hybrid badge
Toyota Avalon Hybrid – It has a fuel economy rating of 40 mpg combined. The Avalon hybrid has an impressive upscale styling as well as a spacious cabin and exceptional fuel efficiency for a sedan of such size.
Lexus ES 300h – It offers traditional luxury, what with its leather-clad cabin and super smooth ride. The hybrid model runs on a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine and with a 200 horsepower.
Hyundai Sonata Hybrid – The new Sonata Hybrid is a well-designed family sedan with a fuel economy rating of 38 mpg combined (36 city, 40 highway). Despite its low rating, this sedan is still worth your investment because of its features. It has a cozy interior, easy-to-use controls and a generous warranty.