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NADAguides.com Shows New/Used Fuel Sippers

July 26, 2007

A recent NADAguides.com analysis revealed that seven of the 10 most economical new cars and seven of the 10 most economical used cars at the NADAguides.com website were standard gasoline-powered vehicles. Of the seven most economical gas-powered new cars, the average EPA Highway estimate was close to 40 MPG (just seven miles less than the top three Hybrids) and the average EPA City Estimate was almost 32 MPG (about 18 miles less).Of the seven most economical gas-powered vehicles in the used car category, the average EPA Highway estimate was about 50 MPG (roughly seven miles less than the top three Hybrids) and the average EPA City Estimate was 42 MPG (about 14 miles less).Results of the recent fuel efficiency analysis at NADAguides.com follow, with EPA estimates and applicable pricing information included (duplicate models and trims excluded). New cars with Best Fuel Mileage (EPA Estimates and Base MSRP) 1. 2007 Toyota Prius Hybrid - 51 Highway/60 City - $22,175
2. 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid - 51 Highway/40 City - $22,600
3. 2007 Toyota Corolla - 41 Highway/32 City - $14,305
4. 2007 Toyota Yaris - 40 Highway/34 City - $11,150
5. 2007 MINI Cooper - 40 Highway/32 City - $18,050
6. 2007 Honda Civic Sedan - 40 Highway/30 City - $15,010
7. 2007 Honda Civic Coupe - 40 Highway/30 City - $14,810
8. 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid - 38 Highway/40 City - $26,200
9. 2007 Honda Fit - 38 Highway/33 City - $13,850
10. 2007 Kia Rio - 38 Highway/32 City - $10,770
Used cars with Best Fuel Mileage (EPA Estimates and Clean Retail Value, Base Models) 1. 2000 Honda Insight Hybrid - 70 Highway/61 City - $8,025
2. 2006 Toyota Prius Hybrid - 51 Highway/60 City - $21,775
3. 2006 Honda Civic Hybrid - 51 Highway/49 City - $17,310
4. 2004 Honda Civic - 51 Highway/48 City - $11,600
5. 2002 Volkswagen Jetta Wagon - 50 Highway/42 City - $9,000
6. 1998 Volkswagen Passat - 50 Highway/39 City - $5,400
7. 1999 Volkswagen New Beetle - 49 Highway/42 City - $6,025
8. 1999 Volkswagen New Golf - 49 Highway/42 City - $4,875
9. 1998 Chevrolet Metro - 49 Highway/41 City - $2,175
10. 1999 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan - 49 Highway/40 City - $4,275
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