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Despite ongoing breakthroughs in hybrid and electric vehicle technologies, the good old internal-combustion engine is still going strong. In reality, gasoline-powered automobiles are still outnumbering electric cars in the under-$30,000 category—at least for the time being. Here are three of the most fuel-efficient gas-only vehicles available today for individuals who wish to save money on gas without spending a lot of money on a hybrid or electric vehicle.

Nissan: 33 miles per gallon.

The Nissan Sentra demonstrates that economical and efficient vehicles don't have to look like utter jerks, yet it can travel 409 miles between fill-ups, according to the EPA. It has a 2.0-liter inline-four engine with 149 horsepower and a CVT gearbox (CVT). When petrol prices rise, the Sentra's modest 12.4-gallon fuel tank might make fueling up easier than in bigger vehicles with 17-gallon tanks.


รถยนต์ Nissan ราคา: $20,000+

EPA total range: 378 miles

Horsepower: 122 horsepower

Fuel Economy EPA city/combined/highway: 32/35/40 mpg


Nissan Versa: 35 miles per gallon.

The Nissan Versa has front-wheel drive and has a 122-horsepower inline-four engine, but only the automatic gearbox versions have an EPA combined rating of 35 mpg. Last year, the Versa was remodeled and is now much better. It has a bigger 7.0-inch touchscreen and rides, drives, and steers better than before. Pedestrian recognition, automatic high beams, and automated emergency braking are all included on the Versa, which is surprising given its pricing. It's a significant improvement over the model it replaces, with even the most costly Versa SR model starting at a reasonable $19,615.


รถยนต์ Nissan ราคา: $15,000+

EPA total range: 378 miles

Horsepower: 122 horsepower

Fuel Economy EPA city/combined/highway: 32/35/40 mpg


Honda Civic: 36 miles per gallon

It's difficult to find a Honda Civic that doesn't excel at something; there's a model for every requirement, from gas guzzlers to racers. It's also a regular 10Best winner. The Civic gets an EPA combined 36 mpg when equipped with the 180-hp turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four and a CVT. Civic sedans with the standard 158-horsepower 2.0-liter engine aren't far behind, with an EPA-estimated combined fuel economy of 35 miles per gallon. During our testing, a Civic with the turbo 1.5-liter and CVT got 38 mpg on the interstate, which was 4 mpg less than the EPA estimate. The Civic's six-speed manual hatchback variant is the least fuel-efficient, according to the EPA, with a combined fuel economy of 29 miles per gallon.


Honda price: $20,000+

EPA total range: 446 miles

Horsepower: 180 horsepower

Fuel Economy EPA city/combined/highway: 32/36/42 (1.5L CVT sedan) 31/35/40 (2.0L CVT sedan) mpg



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