Dang! That was MY answer!
Seriously though I never chose a car for fuel economy so best one was my escort lol. This one gives me 16.
Hahahaha road boat, that hurts. It's a ford minivan and thank goodness I work and live within 3 miles.
My motorized bicycle. 150 miles to the gallon. <br />
(built from a kit. no registration, no insurance no licence needed or required)<br />
DOT helmet is required in any state that also requires a helmet to be worn when riding a motorcycle.
Mine was less than $300. bike and motor sold separately. (biggest pain to assemble was the drive gear mounted on the rear wheel. Then you do have to modify the tension arm for the chain. Very easy) They can reach 35-40 with no modifications, some have reported 50 mph. LEGALLY you are only permitted 25 mph.
this is where I ordered my motor>> http://www.rawmotors.com/. this is the finished bike>> https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/531951_111472025651329_100003655962293_64005_1391529484_n.jpg
2003 ford zx2.
The Most Economical Car in the World will be on sale next year: It is a VW built in China, selling for $600.00 and gets 258 miles per gallon. It is going to kill Government Motors, because it is not electric, it is called Sparta. I will be writting a blog about it in the next few days.
Would not be surprised, import taxes and all the EPA paperwork required in the USA.
My 2004 Toyota Corolla is phenomenal in all ways : gas mileage, reliability, etc. She's a winner!
Honestly, you cannot go wrong with s Toyota.
yea true but it nevers breaks down and dont hafta feel it up
yea u got a point there
'89 yugo got 44 mpg.
I've only had cars with average mileage. My best was my Saturn SW2 that got about 29 mpg. My current is a Subaru Forrester and it gets about 23 mpg.
I sit like an old lady when I drive as other people my height ( 5'9" ) always move the seat further back. But I, too, feel the mileage should be better. I guess the AWD is a bit thirsty.