Fuel-Efficient Electric Cars For 2019

We all want to drive a car that won’t be a pain in the pocket for gas filling. I mean, cars have become a necessity these days and practicality come next to it. You got more bills than to pay for a car that is non-fuel-efficient. 

 

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Ordinary gas- and diesel-powered cars are capable of sky-high EPA fuel economy ratings—without batteries or electric motors. But that shouldn’t discourage you. Here are the top 5 amazing cars that sip fuel and soak up savings.

 

Kia Forte FE

Redesigned and reimagined for 2019, the Kia Forte cracks the top 10 with its most-efficient FE model. The 2.0-liter inline-four engine underhood produces 147 horsepower and helps return fuel economy of 31 miles per gallon in the city, 41 highway, and 35 combined. Annual fuel costs are a mere $1,050, according to the EPA.

 

Jaguar XF Diesel

Jaguar’s large and lovely XF isn’t usually known for its efficiency – unless we’re talking about the 35 mile-per-gallon combined diesel model. The turbocharged 2.0-liter engine produces 180 horsepower and helps return 31 miles per gallon in the city and 42 on the highway. Annual fuel costs are a bit higher at $1,300, due in part to the price of diesel

Hyundai Elantra Eco 

The whole updated Hyundai Elantra range ranks near the top of the class in terms of efficiency. But it’s the 1.5-liter-powered Elantra Eco that gets the highest marks, returning 32 miles per gallon in the city, 40 on the highway, and 35 combined. Owners can expect to pay $1,050 in fuel costs per year.

Toyota Yaris Sedan

The Mazda-based, Scion-faced Toyota Yaris sedan doesn’t look much like the rest of the lineup, but its efficiency stays the course with other Toyota products. The 1.5-liter four-cylinder produces a mere 106 horsepower (79 kilowatts) but helps return 32 miles per gallon in the city, 40 highway, and 35 combined. Annual fuel should set owners back about $1,050.

Honda Fit

The current Honda Fit has been around for a minute, but even in old age, it’s still one of the most efficient cars in America. With its 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, the Fit gets 33 miles per gallon in the city, 40 highway, and 36 combined. Owners should expect to pay an annual fuel cost of $1,050.