Lower MSRP on Efficient Non-Hybrids

The more fuel efficient hybrids that are on the market today are not necessarily the solution for everyone’s vehicle needs. A great deal of research, development and testing is done on hybrids which means they are going to be more expensive.

359696 electric charging sign Lower MSRP on Efficient Non HybridsIn addition, these cars tend to be full of all the latest options in technology on the inside too making them even less affordable to the middle income family. There are many other options on the market today, especially if you are focusing on a used car. As banks tighten their belts and lending is tougher and tougher to get, many more people are going to have to go this route rather than buying something new. If you are in this possible situation, you can take a look at some of the following vehicles for a reasonable alternative.

The 2006 Acura RSX is a luxurious, well engineered sports car that is incredibly fuel efficient at an average 27/34 mpg. Another good choice that offers a fast, safe, and elegant drive at 40 mpg on regular gasoline is the 2007 Honda Civic Coupe. Take a strong look at the 2007 Mazda3 which is a compact sports car that averages 28/35 mpg. For other options, look at the VW GTI, the Mitsubishi Eclipse, the Mazda6, the Toyota Camry, the Acura TSX, the Honda Accord Coupe and the Honda Fit.

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