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Top 10 Fuel Efficient Cars

Here is a list of the most fuel efficient cars available in the UK today. It is interesting that the new generation of ‘green’ diesel engines are more fuel efficient than the high-tech hybrid cars from Toyota and Honda. I don’t think it will be long before the world see the first 100 miles per gallon car. Perhaps by 2012?

  1. Smart ForTwo Pulse CDI: If it’s maximum mpg that you’re after then look no further than Smart’s diesel-powered fortwo. The 54bhp, three-cylinder model returns 85.6mpg
  2. Skoda Fabia Greenline: The three-cylinder Skoda Fabia Greenline diesel achieves 83.1mpg on the EU Combined cycle, making it the most economical five seater on sale today
  3. Volkswagen Polo Bluemotion: The Polo Bluemotion returns 80.7 miles for every gallon of diesel that you put in
  4. Vauxhall Corsa 1.3CDTi ecoFLEX: The most economical version of Vauxhall’s Corsa supermini matches the Polo’s Combined consumption figure of 80.7mpg thanks to its four-cylinder, 75bhp diesel engine
  5. Seat Ibiza 1.2 TDI CR Ecomotive: The Ecomotive version of Seat’s Ibiza supermini also returns 80.7mpg on the EU Combined cycle
  6. Fiat Punto 1.3 MultiJet Eco: Fiat’s most economical model is the four-pot, 1.3-litre Punto Evo, which can manage 78.5mpg
  7. Ford Fiesta Econetic 1.6 TDCi: The Fiesta delivers a claimed Combined economy figure of 76.3mpg from its 1.6-litre diesel engine
  8. Auris Hybrid T4 HSD: The hybrid petrol/electric version of Toyota’s family car is one of several models on sale to deliver 74.3mpg on the Combined cycle
  9. Mini One D: The 90bhp MINI One D also covers 74.3mpg, making it one of the most economical superminis on sale
  10. Volvo S40 DRIVe: Volvo’s C30, S40 and V50 models all achieve 74.3mpg when fitted with the company’s 1.6-litre diesel engine and automatic Start/Stop

Other cars to acheive 74.3mpg include the Audi A3, Citroën C3/DS3, Peugeot 207, Volkswagen Golf Bluemotion and Seat Leon Ecomotive

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