Sixteen Sweet Fuel-Sipping Cars

To help you fight the battle against high gasoline prices, Consumer Reports has put together a list of the 16 best used fuel-sipping cars. The list only contains cars under 10 years old and the criteria is based on fuel economy and reliability. It does not take into account driver comfort or fancy options. Check out CNN’s full article for more detailed information on each car. The list, inside…

2000 Honda Insight MPG: 51
Estimated cost: $4,760 – $6,350

2004 – ’06 Toyota Prius MPG: 44

Estimated cost: $15,000 – $20,775

2001 – ’03 Toyota Prius MPG: 41
Estimated cost: $6,700 – $13,225

2000 – ’05 Toyota Echo MPG: 38
Estimated cost: $3,260 – $10,325

2003 Honda Civic Hybrid MPG: 37
Estimated cost: N/A

2006 Honda Civic Hybrid/EX MPG: 37/31
Estimated cost: $12,270 – $20,350

2007 Honda Fit Sport (manual) MPG: 34
Estimated cost: N/A

2007 Toyota Yaris Liftback and sedan MPG: 34/33
Estimated cost: N/A

1998 – 2002 Chevrolet Prizm MPG: 32

Estimated cost: $2,475 – $2,475

1998 Mazda Protege LX MPG: 32
Estimated cost: $1,690 – $3,925

1998 – 2000 Toyota Corolla CE/LE MPG: 32/31
Estimated cost: $2,245 – $5,900


1991 – 2001 Acura Integra MPG: 32

Estimated cost: $3,255 – $14,700

2005 – ’06 Scion xB (manual/auto) MPG: 32/30
Estimated cost: $8,250 – $14,175

2004 – ’05 Scion xA (auto/manual) MPG: 31/30
Estimated cost: $7,725 – $11,200


2004 – ’07 Mazda3 (manual) MPG: 30

Estimated cost: $10,085 – $20,025

2006 Mini Cooper (manual) MPG: 30
Estimated cost: $16,660 – $24,7500

16 sweet used fuel sippers [CNN Money]