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Fuel-efficient Vehicles

Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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Top Fuel-efficient Vehicles Articles

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  • GM Shrinks Volt's Gas Tank

     
    General Motors has downsized plans to equip the Chevy Volt plug-in electric car with a 12-gallon fuel tank. The original idea was to give the vehicle an extra 600-mile driving range once the lithium-ion battery pack ran out of its......
  • Oilman Pushes Wind, Natural Gas to Combat Foreign Oil

     
    Multibillionaire oilman T. Boone Pickens promises that you???ll see his face on TV this fall as much as John McCain and Barack Obama. No, he???s not running for president, he???s pushing for more investment in wind energy to cut down......
  • Don't Call it a Comeback: The EV1 Electric Car

     
    GM's EV1 became a movie star in filmmaker Chris Paine's "Who Killed the Electric Car?" The film documented the debut of the all-electric car that could get 70 miles on a single charge, as well as the battle GM went......
  • Hip, Hip, Hyundai!

     
    Here at MotherProof.com, we???re fond of Hyundai and its affordable and reliable vehicles that are more often than not stylish. Now we have reason to like it even more: The automaker has plans to sell its first hybrid car in July 2009....
  • Segway: Silence isn't golden. It kills.

     
    Didn't know this: Paterson has a bill on his desk that would legalize use of the Segway on roads and sidewalks. But it's controversial, because it's so quiet that blind people can't hear it coming -- just like hybrid cars.......
  • Honda's Low-Emission Roadster Concept

     
    Honda continues dropping the worst names on its concepts. This funky roadster gets the name OSM, for Open Study Model. There isn???t a lot of meat to this concept either, other than it being ???low-emission.??? Our guess is that it???s......
  • Gas-Saving Moment of the Day: Lose Some Weight

     
    Remember how we told you that added weight in the car could cost you mileage? Well, we're not just talking about the golf clubs in your trunk. In 2006, studies by the University of Illinois and Virginia Commonwealth University determined......
  • GM Talks Electric Costs of Volt Hybrid

     
    By now you should be aware of GM???s forthcoming Volt plug-in hybrid that???s planned to go on sale in 2010. That may sound like a long time off, but GM has begun partnering with more than 30 utility companies to......
  • What Ford Will Look Like in 2012

     
    After we wrote our reports on the upcoming Ford, Lincoln and Mercury lineups, Cars.com intern Colin Bird pointed out a few interesting tidbits Ford mentioned about those future lineups beyond what we already covered. Using the mantra ???One Ford,??? the.....
  • BMW's Hydrogen Car Worries Port Authority

     
    While test driving the BMW Hydrogen 7 concept car, The New York Times ran into an unforeseen bit of resistance from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The agency wouldn't let the reviewer drive through the Lincoln......
  • Plasma TVs Pave Way for Plug-In Hybrids

     
    One of the chief concerns about introducing plug-in gas/electric hybrids or fully electric vehicles to the mainstream public is the impact of so many large appliances being plugged into our electric grids. At the Plug-In 2008 conference in San Jose,......