8.Subaru Outback 24/30/26
Subaru doesn’t get much credit for it’s Lineartronic CVT. The Outback seen here, is one of three Subarus on this list, and it has a lot to do with the company’s fuel-friendly CVT. When equipped with the smaller 2.5-liter four-cylinder boxer engine, the Subaru Outback can get 24 mpg in the city, and 30 mpg on the highway. The combined 26 mpg, is tied with the cars at the number 9 and 10 spots, but the Outback gets away with slightly better city numbers. Additionally, because the Outback can run on regular octane fuel, you’re going to be saving a bit more money at the pumps than the European competition at those spots.