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TOP 10 MOST ECONOMICAL CARS MADE IN 2019

Before we even start with the TOP 10 most economical cars for MPG we have to do some educational things like Is mpg in the UK or US gallons?

The answer is: imperial (UK) gallons are not the same as US gallons – a UK gallon equals 4.55 litres while a US gallon equals 3.79 litres. As a result, mpg figures for North American cars sometimes appear lower than those sold in the UK and Europe.

4.55 litres = 1 imperial gallon (UK) = 1.2 U.S. gallons

Remember, the lower the litres per 100 kilometres (L/100 km) rating, the better the fuel consumption. And the higher the miles per gallon (mpg) rating, the better the fuel use.

Please take a look at conversion table below. It was super useful for me in the UK as I was totally “GREEN” in terms of Understanding the imperial units. Hopefully, You will find it useful as well.

Top 10 most economical cars
Table taken from 2019 FUEL CONSUMPTION GUIDE.

I am 99.9% sure, that you would like to spend less money on fuel and spend more on things you want. If you cannot afford a brand new super economical car you can save money by adopting these 5 fuel-efficient driving techniques to lower your vehicle’s fuel consumption by as much as 25%:

  1. Drive for maximum fuel efficiency
    o Accelerate gently
    o Maintain a steady speed
    o Anticipate traffic
    o Avoid high speeds
    o Coast to decelerate
  2. Adopt other tips and tricks
    o Avoid unnecessary idling
    o Measure tire pressure monthly
    o Avoid carrying unnecessary weight
    o Remove roof or bicycle racks not in use
    o Use air conditioning sparingly
    o Use a fuel consumption display
    o Track fuel consumption
    o Plan ahead
    o Combine trips
    o Drive less often

If you are looking to buy a car and really care about the economy, you can compare the fuel consumption information of 1995 to 2019 model year vehicles using the fuel consumption ratings search tool.

TOP 10 MOST ECONOMICAL CARS

We picked the TOP 10 CARS for MPG (2019 models only) and compared consumption and cost per year.

1. HYUNDAI IONIQ BLUE
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.2
o HIGHWAY 4.0
o COMBINED 4.1
• Cost Per Year $836

2. HYUNDAI IONIQ
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.3
o HIGHWAY 4.4
o COMBINED 4.3
• Cost Per Year $877

3. TOYOTA PRIUS
• Engine Size: 1.8
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.4
o HIGHWAY 4.6
o COMBINED 4.4
• Cost Per Year $898

4. TOYOTA PRIUS AWD
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.6
o HIGHWAY 4.9
o COMBINED 4.7
• Cost Per Year $959

5. KIA NIRO FE
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.5
o HIGHWAY 4.8
o COMBINED 4.7
• Cost Per Year $959

6. KIA NIRO
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.6
o HIGHWAY 5.1
o COMBINED 4.8
• Cost Per Year $979

7. HONDA INSIGHT EX and INSIGHT TOURING
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.6
o HIGHWAY 5.3
o COMBINED 4.9
• Cost Per Year $1000

8. HONDA ACCORD HYBRID
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 5.0
o HIGHWAY 5.0
o COMBINED 5.0
• Cost Per Year $1020

9. CHEVROLET MALIBU HYBRID
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.8
o HIGHWAY 5.5
o COMBINED 5.1
• Cost Per Year $1040

10. TOYOTA PRIUS c
• Engine Size: 1.6
• Fuel Type: regular gasoline
• Consumption (L/100 KM)
o CITY 4.9
o HIGHWAY 5.5
o COMBINED 5.1
• Cost Per Year $1040

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