Edmunds Lists The Best And Worst Fuel Economy Among Sports Cars

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Edmunds Lists The Best And Worst Fuel Economy Among Sports Cars
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A big-name outlet like Edmunds.com may get a lot of sports cars, but it’s not all burnouts and apexes—they have to pay for them as well. So they tallied up the fuel costs among 9 sports cars over one month to see what $4-gallon gas gets you these days if you’re not schlepping about in a Camry.

Ranging from the Mini Cooper to the Jaguar XFR, the BMW M3 to the Corvette ZR1, the list found that—to the surprise of no one—the Minis were the cheapest to fill up, and the BMW M3 and Corvette ZR1 were tied as the priciest. The non-supercharged Cooper cost $165/month to fill up, while the BMW/Corvette combo topped the chart at $330—almost the same cost of a full-size pickup,  but with less of your friends calling you whenever they need to move a couch.

Click the jump to view the whole chart.

[Source: Auto Observer]

  • Chad

    Why? People don’t buy sports cars because they are being “green”. MPG takes a back seat to HP and cornering G’s.

  • Damien

    None of those cars in the fuel efficient list I would even consider sports cars anyway.