10 2019 Non-Electric Cars with the Best Fuel Economy

You don't need to go electric to get great fuel economy. Here are some of the best alternatives.

It is a known fact that all-electric cars and hybrids are extremely fuel-efficient when compared to gas or diesel powered vehicles. The fuel economy of those vehicles can't be beaten, but that doesn't mean we want to give up our gas guzzlers.  There are several nonelectric cars on the market that have great fuel economies when compared to other nonelectric vehicles.

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We have created a list of these fuel-efficient vehicles from 2019, so you can be sure you are getting the most for your dollars. A few of these might surprise you, but if you don't want to go electric then these are your best options. Keep reading to learn about the ten non-electric cars with the best fuel economy!

10 Lexus UX200 - 29 City/37 Hwy/33 Combined

This luxury subcompact SUV made it onto the list by the skin of its teeth. It may not seem like the greatest, but it is also not the worst in terms of fuel economy. People also rave about the smooth ride on top of the phenomenal gas mileage they receive in their SUV. This also comes in a hybrid version if you are looking for something with even better mileage, but buying this version still won't break your bank at the gas station.

9 Nissan Kicks - 31 City/36 Hwy/33 Combined

This is another subcompact SUV, but this one comes without the luxury price tag. This economical vehicle starts at $18,640 making it relatively affordable and it will save you lots of money on gas throughout the year. This is the economical SUV of legend, and when you take a look at the amount of cargo space it has you might fall in love. You won't be disappointed if you choose to purchase this vehicle, but the gas station's bank accounts sure will.

8 Hyundai Elantra Eco - 32 City/40 Hwy/ 35 combined

This car comes in several different gas models, but the most efficient is the eco version. This car starts at a price of $20,950 but its partly because the company knows you will save money on gas each month. The technology on the interior is very user-friendly, which makes it perfect for any driver. It also has a lot of features that you can add on, like a sunroof or a touchscreen display, which will tailor the car directly to your needs.

7 Toyota Yaris - 32 City/40 Hwy/ 35 combined

The Toyota Yaris is a knockout because of its excellent gas mileage, as well as its superior handling of the road. The starting price is $15,45o which is very affordable and there are higher models with more features that you can choose from. It might not accelerate as fast as you might like it to, but if you were looking for speed you might want to check out a different list. The quality of the interior is breathtaking and the money you save on gas will make your purchase worth it.

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6 Honda Fit - 33 City/40 Hwy/ 36 combined

The 36 mpg combined fuel economy will have you heading to the dealership because this car knows how to save you money. The price of this perfect little beauty is even affordable at $16,190 and U.S. News ranked it number one in the top subcompact cars of 2019. This vehicle is comfortable and will be the envy of all your friends, especially when they glimpse the tech features included in your purchase. It might not have a lot of horsepower in its engine, but the extra cash in your wallet will say enough.

5 Jaguar XE Diesel - 32 City/42 Hwy/ 36 combined

This car is a bit more expensive at a starting price of $38,515, but if luxury is your thing then this might be your best option. This car's fuel economy is amazing, especially when you decide to strap a diesel engine beneath its hood. You will fly down the road like a racecar driver as you handle the roads with ease. The superior navigation system will take you everywhere you need and want to go as you ride comfortably in style.

4 Honda Civic - 32 City/42 Hwy/ 36 combined

This vehicle also comes in a hybrid version, but the gas is also impressive in terms of fuel economy. The interior of this car makes it feel high end you won't be disappointed by its performance as you take it to the streets. The turbocharged engine will make you feel like royalty, but even without that upgrade, your gas mileage will still be phenomenal. Your friends will envy your purchase and you might become the talk of the neighborhood when you decide to save money on gas by making this purchase.

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3 Toyota Corolla Hatchback - 32 City/42 Hwy/ 36 combined

The starting price of this beauty is $20,140 and the fuel economy makes it the envy of all commuters. The smooth ride it offers coupled with its excellent handling in all weather conditions is what will make you sign the dotted line to complete this purchase. It might not have much legroom in the back, but that doesn't matter because you, as the driver, is the most important factor in your decision. Well, you and the excellent fuel economy you crave in a vehicle that is.

2 Chevrolet Cruze Diesel - 31 City/48 Hwy/ 37 combined

This vehicle is great on gas mileage if you decide to go with the turbocharged diesel engine. Your nine-speed automatic transmission will have you flying down the road with fewer stops at the gas station because your 37 mpg combined fuel economy will keep you going for ages. The spacious interior will meet all of your needs and its superior reliability will push it straight to the top of your exhaustive list. You don't want to miss your chance to buy this modern masterpiece and cruise the roads on your prolonged fuel economy.

1 Mitsubishi Mirage - 36 City/43 Hwy/ 39 combined

Year after year the Mitsubishi Mirage outdoes the competition in terms of fuel economy as well as affordability. This car was made to get you to and from your destination for a small price tag, even though it might neglect some of the other luxury features you enjoy. The ride might be harsh, but you can grow to ignore that fact as you remind yourself you only paid $13,795 for the car. It may not be the prettiest, but your wallet will be when it is full of the cash you didn't have to put in at the pump.

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