Top 10 Cheapest Non-Hybrid Cars That Get 40 MPG Highway

Top 10 Cheapest Non-Hybrid Cars That Get 40 MPG Highway

8. Dodge Dart Aero $20,190

The Dodge Dart Aero uses many of the same techniques that Chevrolet did for its Cruze Eco. Active grille shutters and underbody aerodynamic panels are aided by low rolling resistance tires and lighter weight components, to make this the most fuel efficient Dart in the lineup. Using a 1.4L turbocharged motor, the Dart Aero costs $20,190, a total of $3,300 more than the base Dart, which is powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine. That price difference allows the manual equipped Dart to hit 41 mpg on the highway, a solid improvement over the 36 mpg highway that the base Dart gets. Learn more about the Dart with our Dodge Dart Review.

  • smartacus

    How about top-ten cheapest non-hybrids with the best city mileage?

  • Michael Lemus

    Exactly, there’s way too much focus on highway mpg.

  • Paul

    The Mitsubishi mirage blows all of these cars out of the water. 12995 msrp with 37/44 MPG. Far better than the Nissan Versa.

  • nioncobra

    One thing I never understood about these articles: What year are they talking about? If I get a Chevrolet Sonic LT, what year gives me 40 mpg highway?

  • Thomas

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  • Thomas

    I have a 2o14 focus Se and I have to tell ya, im getting 40-45 mpg. Of course All mileage is hwy daily, and usually not much difference with or without the AC. Great car. And for the price too.