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

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

4. Chevy Sonic LT Hatchback $17,750

The Chevrolet Sonic is the first and most expensive subcompact on our list. Equipping a LT hatchback with the 1.4L turbocharged motor and a manual transmission costs $17,750, or about $700 more than a similarly equipped sedan. With fuel-saving tech like variable valve timing, and an electric power steering rack instead of a hydraulic setup, help the Sonic get its impressive fuel economy numbers. Check out the full specs of the Chevrolet Sonic at our new car buying page.

  • 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.