6.Nissan Juke 25/30/27
The quirky Nissan crossover shows up on our list at number 6, and that’s mainly thanks to its small size and tiny, turbocharged engine. The Nissan Juke’s 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine produces a hefty 188 hp. That, equipped with Nissan’s torque-vectoring AWD system helps the little, economical Juke get to 60 mph in about 8 seconds. Thanks to Nissan’s Xtronic CVT the Juke can even get some impressive fuel economy numbers. In fact, the Juke’s 25 mpg in the city is pretty impressive, and while the highway fuel economy is rated at just 30 mpg, the Juke still has an attractive overall combined number of 27 mpg. Take a look at our review of the Juke right here.