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The technology emerges and obsoletes very quickly as we are moving forward in this 21st century. Petrol cars are getting tougher competition from diesel and now electric cars. Diesel is an good alternative to petrol and are widely used in many countries of the world. There are some efficient diesel engine cars which are lower to higher price tags and ugly to exotic cars in the market. So what is the best car as per your need. Well it depends all on your mood, approach and pocket size. Some are with lower cost but are with horrible design and shape while those which are piece of beauty are having higher tag price. So for your ease and time saving a list of exotic cars is jot down. Its better to pay one time higher cost in favor of high mileage per liter fuel. The lower running cost will definitely save you a healthy amount of money. So here is the list of exotic and fuel efficient cars.
6. Mazda 3 Sedan 2.0L 6AT/6MT – 41 mpg
Watch everything pros we see in its big brother, the Mazda 6, and apply right on the smaller model and equally wonderful 3 including the 10Best accolades. You can imagine the 3 as an up-to-date interpretation of the best Alfa Romeos from the 1960s: lightweight and good balanced, and with a flexible and responsive chassis. And as for Mazda’s 3 appearances here, you can praise the company’s Skyactive engine and vehicle design. They’re the main factors that its cars are both fun and frugal. You can also go for a further more powerful 2.5-L engine in the 3 without sacrificing much in the way of fuel economy, nevertheless with a bigger increase in performance.
5. VW Passat 2.0L TDI Diesel 6MT – 43 mpg
Besides the scandal of carbon emission it is still a best car to be driven. There are higher carbon emission cars in US than VW and even worse in our countries of the world, so leaving the option of VW for this factor will not be wise. VW owns the U.S. diesel market like a fire in forest. In 2013, almost 3 out of 4 diesels sold had a VW badge, and anyone can imagine the trend of fuel efficiency and power will continue with fresh versions of many diesel models. However some time will needed to restore the trust and image of customer but they will be back in the game by their technology. The Passat TDI which is going to receive the new power plant, will offer a pile of torque and a range of around 600 miles in the fill-ups.
4. Mitsubishi Mirage 1.2L CVT – 44 mpg
The mid-sized compact Mirage gets mileage of 44 mpg on the highway. Its fuel efficient in many ways and light on your pocket. So it’s the default choice at this level of efficiency. If you are Picking a car that gets above 40 mpg then this will suit your taste. I t is also known as Mitsubishi Lancer in some regions. Although having some bad comments on Top Gear its still a good option in its price range.
3. Ford Fiesta SFE 1.0L 5MT – 45 mpg
When it is about the price, the cars that return 45 mpg highway represent some extremes. At one end sit 2 German engineering diesel luxury sleds: the BMW 328d and the Mercedes-Benz E250 Blue Tec. But the fuel-efficient Fiesta SFE starts at roughly $17,000, while the Bimmer is $39,525 and the Benz is $52,325 which seems much costly. The BMW 328d and E250 are good cars, but what good is saving money on running fuel which definitely blow all of the savings as part of your monthly payment. Sometimes cars are worth for an mpg hit or mileage. The better mileage car will save you more to buy some other special things like Iphone 7. Well its near to be unveil.
2. Chevrolet Cruze 2.0 Diesel 6AT – 46 mpg
Balanced all cornered at the top of the list, the Cruze goes from good enough economy car to mpg hero once a diesel is under the hood. Equipped with advance technology, you can expect to get 700 miles or more on the highway with careful driving habits. It can engage in anything resembling spirited driving, conversely, you’ll be saddened by a recalcitrant transmission and a basic lack of communication skills between you and the car. Still, when you go hybrid, plug-in, or EV, you’re not going to leave this Chevy for mileage bragging rights.
1. Ford Focus Sedan 2.0L 6AT – 37 mpg
There are a thousands of cars rated for 37 mpg highway, but the overall value and general goodness of the enjoyable and affordable Focus make it the pick of this large fuel efficient list. unluckily, to achieve 37 mpg, one must see the Power Shift dual-clutch automatic transmission, which isn’t between the best of this type of gearbox. Yet all Focuses include as standard the same excellent chassis that helped it gaining 10 Best Cars awards in 2012 and 2013, and those most interested in this high mpg figure—those with longer commutes, for example—will find the automatic version of this car acceptable.