Top 10 Most Fuel-Efficient Non-Hybrid Family Sedans

Top 10 Most Fuel-Efficient Non-Hybrid Family Sedans

6. 2014 Ford Fusion, 1.5-Liter, Start/Stop, Six-Speed Automatic – 25/37/29

One of if not the most stylish car in the midsize segment is Ford’s Fusion. With an Aston Martin-inspired grille, sporty dynamics and EcoBoost torque it’s an enjoyable car, and a pretty thrifty one as well.

For 2015 there’s a new 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine on the menu. It delivers 181 hp and 185 lb-ft of torque. In its most efficient form (with start/stop technology) the Fusion returns 25 MPG city, 37 highway and 29 combined.

If you want a little more performance at the expense of economy a larger 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine is also offered. It puts out a healthy 240 ponies. But if even better efficiency is desired, Ford also offers a hybrid model as well as a plug-in electric version.

  • Honest Abe

    I’ll still take the Accord. Best damn family sedan you can buy.

  • Hans Moleman

    Get out of here with that Accord. The Passat is the best and this list just proves it!

  • Honest Abe

    The best at being unreliable?

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  • BimmerTechnik

    What about the BMW 328d? 32/45/37

  • Jack Daniels

    Mazda 6. The best and it still has a pulse.

  • Dave Foley

    Can we please have these lists on pages that at least have a third of the list on one page? This click-count BS has gone WAY too far. I never get to the end of them.

    When each click only gets me ONE piece of information, I really don’t care how much money you make off the ads. I bail quickly. Please stop. The writer and the content deserve more respect than that.