People aren’t concerned about fuel gas these days especially in electric and hybrid world, however some of these cheapest cars with best gas mileage can be very competitive against many top contenders therefore these are still having a huge market share despite of others.
Here are the 12 most appealing best cars with great fuel economy, affordable best for families as well.
- 12. Kia Niro 2020
- 11. Jaguar xe diesel 2020
- 10. Ford Fusion 2020
- 9. Chevrolet Cruze Diesel Sedan 2020
- 8. Hyundai Elantra Eco 2020
- 7. Toyota Corolla Hatchback 2020
Find out the best of all cars in the following list down below.
Complete List of Cheapest Cars with Best Gas Mileage
12.Kia Niro 2020
Thanks to its high stance, conservative styling, and a more normal, traditional-acting automatic transmission, the Kia Niro is a genre-splitting hybrid that combines fuel economy with versatility. It uses the same drivetrain as its sibling hybrid — the Hyundai Ioniq — and also suffers from some of that car’s shortcomings. When compared with conventional wagons and small SUVs, the Niro’s 43 mpg overall is impressive.
When compared with conventional wagons and small SUVs, the Niro’s 43 mpg overall is impressive. But that falls 9 mpg shy of the Toyota Prius and Ioniq, current hybrid fuel economy champs, and that’s due to the Niro’s extra weight and less aerodynamic body shape.
32 City / 43 Highway / 36 Combined
$23,490 – $44,000
11.Jaguar XE Diesel 2020
The 2019 Jaguar XE uses a high-tech diesel engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission to earn impressive fuel economy estimates. The 180-horsepower 2.0-liter turbo diesel is available in a variety of XE trim levels with either rear- or all-wheel drive.
32 City/42 Highway/36 Combined
$39,900 – $46,295
10.Ford Fusion 2020
In a class generally known for bland styling and a lack of driving excitement, the Fusion is a breath of fresh air with a stylish, fun to drive demeanor. That doesn’t mean it’s free of certain quirks that can erode one’s enthusiasm. The Fusion looks upscale and stylish, and it handles like a really good European sports sedan.
The Fusion ranks among the best-handling midsized sedans we’ve tested, making it rewarding and fun to drive. And the Hybrid model posted among the best fuel economy we’ve measured in a midsized sedan: 39 mpg overall. A plug-in Energi version is also available.
$23,170 – $37,000
9.Chevrolet Cruze Diesel Sedan 2020
Though the diesel Cruze is dying in North America, Chevy isn’t pulling the metaphorical plug on it in other markets just yet. For 2020, both the diesel sedan and hatchback soldier on in the States. The former four-door option is the second most fuel-efficient non-hybrid in the U.S. right now, with 31 miles per gallon in the city, 48 on the highway, and 37 combined. The 1.6-liter four-cylinder diesel engine produces 137 horsepower (102 kilowatts), and annual fuel costs are an estimated $1,250.
31 City / 48 Highway / 37 Combined
$24,995 – $26,120
8.Hyundai Elantra Eco 2020
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 (note: Elantra Limited pictured) 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.
32 City / 40 Highway / 35 Combined
$20,800 – $$24,050
7.Toyota Corolla Hatchback 2020
The Toyota Corolla Hatchback boots the iM five-door from the Toyota lineup (though, the Yaris still exists). And with 32 miles per gallon city, 42 highway, and 36 combined, it’s more efficient than its outdated sibling. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a continuously variable transmission produces 168 horsepower (125 kilowatts), and costs owners an average of $1,050 in fuel per year.
32 City / 42 Highway / 36 Combined
$20,290 – $24,340
6.Kia Forte FE 2020
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 (109 kilowatts), 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.
31 City / 41 Highway / 35 Combined
$17,890 – $18,790
5.Toyota Yaris Sedan 2020
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 (some you’ll see later on this list). 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.
32 City / 40 Highway / 35 Combined
$15,700 – $16,850
4.Honda Fit 2020
The 2019 Honda Fit gets impressive fuel economy when equipped with a continuously variable transmission, earning an EPA combined city/highway rating of 36 mpg. Not only is it affordable to fuel, but it’s also affordable to buy with a price tag under $17,000.
33 City / 40 Highway / 36 Combined
$16,200 – $17,600
3.Nissan Versa 2020
The 2020 Versa enjoys 32 mpg in urban driving conditions and 40 mpg on the highway for an EPA estimate of just below 35 miles per gallon combined.
33 City / 39 Highway / 35 Combined
$14,800 – $17,700
2.Chevrolet Spark 2020
According to statistics compiled by the US Department of Energy, the Chevy Spark can save $1,250 in fuel costs over the course of five years when compared to fuel expenses associated with the average new vehicle.
The Spark gets an estimated 38 mpg during freeway driving and 30 mpg in stop-and-go city driving.
30 City / 38 Highway / 33 Combined
$13,200 – $15,500
1.Mitsubishi Mirage 2020
The Mitsubishi Mirage lives up to its name. While its low sticker price and good fuel economy of 37 mpg overall may conjure up an inviting image of a good, economical runabout, that illusion quickly dissipates into the haze when you drive this tiny, regrettable car. The Mirage comes as a tiny hatchback or sedan, built in Thailand and powered by a small three-cylinder engine.
$13,995 – $17,745