Most Fuel Efficient Non Hybrid Cars 2020

These are the best in line most fuel efficient non hybrid cars 2020 so far, which includes from small size to compact cars.

Here are the following list:

  4.   2020 KIA RIO
  5.   2020 HYUNDAI ACCENT

Top 10 most efficient gasoline cars are in detail below with complete features and detail with each fuel economy.


Most Fuel Efficient Non Hybrid Cars 2020

36 City / 43 Highway / 39 Combined

Under the hood of the 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage is a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine. This subcompact car’s engine is paired to a five-speed manual transmission for drivers who like to feel in control.

However, if you’re not much of a manual transmission person, you can get the Mirage with a responsive and easy to use continuously variable transmission.

The selling point of the 2019 Mitsubishi Mirage is its remarkable fuel economy. If you’re a driver looking to reduce your carbon footprint and save money at the pump, the 2019 Mirage can help you do just that.

This vehicle achieves 36 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 43 mpg on the highway, with 39 mpg combined. This is when equipped with the continuously variable transmission. If you decide to stick with the stick shift version, you can enjoy 31 mpg in the city, 41 mpg on the highway, and 36 mpg combined.

Price: Starting price $13,995

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Most Fuel Efficient Non Hybrid Cars 2020

31 City / 47 Highway / 37 Combined

The Chevrolet Cruze could be the hero compact-car owners run to in the event gas prices reach for the sky again. The 1.6-liter turbo-diesel sedan with a nine-speed automatic transmission gets an impressive EPA combined 37 mpg.

The Cruze diesel also benefits from a strong 240 lb-ft of torque. It received a refresh in 2019 to improve style features, but even on the inside the Cruze offers a comfortable ride and a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability.

Price: Starting price $18,000

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32 City / 42 Highway / 36 Combined

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 And with 32 miles per gallon city, 42 highway, and 36 combined, it’s more efficient than its outdated sibling.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.

Price: Starting price $19,990

4.   2020 KIA RIO

Most Fuel Efficient Non Hybrid Cars 2020

33 City / 41 Highway / 36 Combined

The 2020 Rio goes beyond what’s expected. Powered by a 1.6 Liter Inline 4-cylinder engine which produces 120 hp at 6,300 rpm and 112 lb-ft torque. Motor Driven Power Steering (MDPS), helps provide control and responsiveness behind the wheel, proving that great things can come in small packages.

The 2020 Kia Rio tops the list of the South Korean automaker’s best fuel-efficient non-hybrid car models. The car has the EPA mileage ratings of 33 city, 41 highway, 36 combined mpg.

Price: Starting price $15,850

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33 City / 41 Highway / 36 Combined

Hyundai put a new 1.6-liter inline-4 engine with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) in the 2020 Hyundai Accent, which trades 10 fewer horsepower for a 4-mpg improvement in EPA combined fuel economy.

This may be the simple commuter in the Hyundai lineup, but the Accent is still light enough to be fun to drive and fast enough to make tire noise.

A 5.0-inch touchscreen radio is standard, but paying extra for the higher SEL and Limited trims that deliver a larger screen could be worth the few hundred bucks extra.

Price: Starting price $14,295


33 City / 41 Highway / 36 Combined

The 2020 Hyundai Elantra has a stunning exterior redesign and impressive new tech and safety advances, ranked #8 in Compact Cars by U.S. News,

Its 128-hp turbocharged 1.4-liter engine does suffer from a drowsy, slow-responding gas pedal, but if you’re after fuel efficiency, you may find throttle response an acceptable trade-off.

Price: Starting price $20,200


7.   2020 HONDA FIT LX CVT

33 City / 40 Highway / 36 Combined

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.

Price: Starting price $16,190


32 City / 41 Highway / 35 Combined

Compact and competent, Yaris Hatchback offers easy hatchback access so you can quickly load your bags before hitting the road with impressive fuel efficiency.

Yaris Hatchback has the tech you need to stay connected. Modern features like Apple CarPlay® 55 compatibility, shown on the right, and Android Auto™ 62 come standard to meet your needs in addition to Bluetooth®, 63 voice recognition 60 and a backup camera. 59 And with a 7-in. touch-screen, your personal command center is just a tap away.

Powered by a 106-hp 1.5-liter inline-4, its available six-speed manual is faster but less efficient than the six-speed automatic.

Price: Starting price $17,640

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9.   2020 NISSAN VERSA

32 City / 40 Highway / 35 Combined

It’s everything you’re looking for, and more. Versa features Nissan Intelligent Mobility that helps keep you safe and connects you to your world like never before.

Want personalization? You got it. Interior tech lets you customize everything, from the gauges to your perfect temperature. And when it comes to performance, have some fun with more power and up to 40 highway mpg.

Price: Starting price $17,750


31 City / 40 Highway / 34 Combined

Style speaks volumes about character, and the 2020 Civic Hatchback pays off its aggressive look with sporty handling and turbocharged performance. Add standard Honda Sensing® and available Apple CarPlay® integration*, and you’ve got the total five-door package.

The 2020 Honda Civic ranks near the top of the compact car class thanks to its dynamic performance and upscale, roomy interior.

In this version, with a turbocharged 1.5-liter and CVT, the Civic is rated at an EPA combined 34 mpg. The 2020 models received a much needed infotainment update, with new standard driver-assistance functionality. It won’t be the most fun you’ll have in a Civic, but it has plenty of space and fuel economy.

Price: Starting price $21,750

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