Best In Class Gas Sippers of 2007

If you are thinking of getting a new car and want to save on gas at the same time, you might want to think about buying a used car. After a couple of years, the sticker shock price on cars comes down, so buying a 2007 model can save quite a bit of money. At the same time, you have a car that is almost new. When looking over what is available for the 2007 model year, you might like to know what is the most fuel efficient vehicle in each class. Here is the official EPA list.

For each major class of vehicle, this table gives the make and model (for the 2007 model year) that gets the best gas mileage. It also includes the city and highway mileage estimates for that model.

2007 Model Year Best-In-Class Fuel Mileage
Two-SeaterMazda MX-5 (manual)25/30
Minicompact CarNew Beetle Convertible22/30
Subcompact CarToyota Yaris (manual)34/40
Compact CarHonda Civic Hybrid49/51
Midsize CarToyota Prius (hybrid)60/51
Large CarHyundai Sonata (manual)24/34
Small Station WagonHonda Fit33/38
Midsize Station WagonFord Focus Wagon (manual)27/37
Sport Utility VehicleFord Escape Hybrid FWD36/31
MinivanDodge Caravan 2WD20/26
Pickup TruckFord Ranger Pickup 2WD (manual)24/29
Mazda B2300 2WD (manual)24/29
Van (Cargo&Passenger)Chevrolet G1500/2500 Chevy Van 2WD15/20
GMC G1500/2500 Savana 2WD Cargo15/20

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