Top 5 fuel efficient cars of 2013
06
May
2013

Purchasing a new car is not just about setting a budget and looking for the most curvaceous styled road runner within that range anymore. We interact with hundreds of automobile enthusiasts daily, and can confidently say that fuel efficiency is the buzz word these days, and certainly, fuel efficient cars are the way to go, considering the turbulent trends of oil prices. Not only has the idea of opting for ‘green’ card made home in the hearts of people because of the increasing consciousness for environment, but also because of the fact that car makers across the globe are beginning to gain efficiencies at designing and manufacturing these vehicles. This makes these cars more affordable for those who can see the financial benefit in spending a little more upfront to enjoy lifelong savings on fuel costs. Here, we introduce you to 5 superb options for people looking to buy a new fuel efficient car.

Toyota Prius C One – Over the past years, Toyota’s Prius family of cars has struck a deep chord with the whole idea of going the green way. The C One model is the latest name in this family, and boasts of an impressive 50 miles per gallon claim. That is really great for a car that does not plug in. Moreover, the affordable price of this car lets it feature on the options list of all those of you going a little tighter on budget this time.

Lexus ES 300h – It is great to see the iconic ES Sedan get a hybrid makeover in the form of this car. Let the electric motors and 2.5 L four cylinder under the hood gyrate stupendous horsepower to let you zoom on the roads. You will be able to get an average of 40 mpg in city as well as highway driving. Low rolling resistance tires ensure a drive as smooth as you’d associate with the classy fuel powered sedan version of this car. Priced at $40,475, this car’s a great bundle of style and substance.

Nissan Quest S – Here’s one from the minivan family. Priced at $25,047, this car poses to be the perfect choice for a big family. With highway mileage of 25 mpg, you will not have to think twice before leaping on the roads for the unexpected getaway with your family, courtesy the Nissan Quest S.

Toyota Prius – Priced at an attractive $23,543, this car promises you a decent 51 miles per gallon for city driving, closely matched with about 48 mpg on the highway. With the swanky cockpit boasting of a touch screen audio system with Bluetooth and USB, you will love stepping on the race with your favorites booming inside your adorable Prius. Moreover, there’s the all important Toyota brand name to provide you peace of mind for years to come.

Honda Civic Hybrid – Priced competitively at $23,270, this car will certainly please those who do not want to let fuel efficiency compromise on the style quotient of the car. With mileage slated at about 45 mpg on the highway, the Civic Hybrid is not nearly as miserly as the Prius. However, with its killer looks and hybrid tag, Honda’s Civic Hybrid is, nonetheless, a worthy choice.

I am sure this article will help you in choosing the best car for you. Make a wise choice and enjoy your drive.

Authot: Neil Hilden contributed this guest post on behalf of www.toyotaplace.com. He is a freelance automotive writer. He enjoys sharing his tips and insights on auto and driving blogs.

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