Monday, January 29, 2007

Which Sedan Gets The Best Fuel Economy?

Are you in the market for a good sedan? Well, not only a good sedan that would give you the things you need in a vehicle. But more of a sedan that would also allow you to save much on fuel. After all, the prices of fuel is sure going higher and higher again these days.

Well, here is a list of 2007 model year sedans and their fuel economy. Maybe it could help you out pick the right one for you.

55 mpg
Toyota Prius 4-Door Liftback
Toyota Prius Touring

39 mpg
Toyota Camry Hybrid 4-Door Sedan

37 mpg
Toyota Yaris Sedan
Toyota Yaris S

36 mpg
Toyota Corolla CE
Toyota Corolla S
Toyota Corolla LE

35 mpg
Honda Fit 5-Spd MT
Honda Fit Sport 5-Spd MT

34 mpg
Honda Fit 5-Spd AT
Honda Civic Sedan DX 5-Spd AT
Honda Civic Sedan LX 5-Spd AT
Honda Civic Sedan EX 5-Spd AT
Honda Civic Sedan EX 5-Spd AT w/ Navigation System

33 mpg
Hyundai Accent GS 3-Door
Hyundai Accent SE 3-Door
Honda Fit Sport 5-Spd AT
Hyundai Accent GLS 4-Door
Kia Rio Base
Kia Rio LX
Kia Rio SX
Honda Civic Sedan LX 5-Spd MT
Honda Civic Sedan EX 5-Spd MT
Honda Civic Sedan EX 5-Spd MT w/ Navigation System

31 mpg
Ford Focus Sedan S
Ford Focus Sedan SE
Ford Focus Sedan SES
Ford Focus 5-Door Hatchback S
Ford Focus 5-Door Hatchback SE
Ford Focus 5-Door Hatchback SES
Mazda MAZDA3 i Sport 4-Door
Mazda MAZDA3 i Touring 4-Door
Hyundai Elantra GLS
Hyundai Elantra SE
Hyundai Elantra Limited

30 mpg
Chevrolet Aveo LS 4-Door
Chevrolet Aveo LT 4-Door
Saturn ION 2 Sedan Manual
Saturn ION 3 Sedan Manual
Nissan Sentra 2.0
Nissan Sentra 2.0 S
Nissan Altima 2.5
Nissan Altima 2.5 S

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