Top 10 Most Fuel Efficient Crossovers

Top 10 Most Fuel Efficient Crossovers
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7. Honda CR-V 23/31/26

The updated CR-V makes this list by offering a solid combination of power and fuel economy. By using a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that puts out 185 hp, the CR-V is one of the most powerful vehicles on the list. Honda’s i-VTEC engine technology is one of the key factors at play here. Even with it’s superb power rating, the CR-V manages to stay easy at the pumps, with a 23/31 MPG city/highway that combines for 26 MPG altogether. Those are pretty nice ratings for the Honda crossover, even when equipped with all-wheel drive the CR-V doesn’t loose too much fuel economy, and manages 25 mpg combined.

  • Keith H

    Hard to believe that RX is as good as it gets. Amazing what a good city MPG number does to the overall score.

  • Zellbrad

    how could anyone be dumb enough to buy a front-wheel drive wannabe SUV. idiots exclaim over the high mpg which is only available with the front-wheel drive. my 2011 subaru outback averages 30mpg and can go anywhere. these other vehicles are useless off road. watch youtube videos if you dont believe me. a total investment of $25k for mine, makes the others seem absurd.

  • T. Roll

     So… you honestly think crossover buyers care about off-roading?

  • Arturo Lopez

     EPA estimates for the 2011 subie are at 22/29, and the 2013 mazda are at 25/31 for the under-25k-AWD, I wouldn’t call that absurd. Subaru AWD is great and all, but I don’t see any major complaints from Mazda’s AWD.

  • Skenny50

    The Juke gas mileage is a lie.  I had one and just got rid of it.  No matter how much I babied it, I couldn’t get better than high 25’s on the highway – and sub-20 in the city. So, in reality it wouldn’t even be on this list if people know its true capabilities

  • Isaakberg

    Where do you buy your fuel?  I’ve noticed the mileage may vary  — a lot — depending on how much non-gasoline is in one’s “gas”

  • http://4min.name Виктор Фомин

    Is there an easier way to save fuel. The world’s first multi-vitamin for any car and it’s called EnviroTabs. This is a super thing, because the price is not high, but the real savings!