We can all see it. The steady rise of each new model year’s mpg rising. With more stringent federal fuel economy standards to rising fuel prices, the auto manufacturer’s have responded positively.
A study from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute has determined the rise of fuel economy each year since they started keeping track in October 2007. The average for August 2013 was 24.9 mpg, almost five times the amount in October 2007.
2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid reaches a combined 47 mpg
Cars that save you money at the pump are becoming more and more popular.
MSN Autos has put together a list of cars (not including electrics or plug-in hybrids) that reach at least a combined 35 mpg. Ford has two on that list.
2013 Nissan Versa at the Cleveland Auto Show
The number of high mpg cars on the market is steadily growing.
MSN Autos has put together a list of 2013 car models that achieve 35 mpg combined (not including electric or plug-in hybrids). And the Nissan Versa Sedan is one of them.