Luxury Cars That Get 32 MPG Or Better

by Jim Gorzelany
July 6, 2012

Gasoline prices may have dropped by about a half a buck per gallon since peaking at around $4.00 this past spring, but with the exception of those who truly have money to incinerate, fuel economy remains a primary consideration among new car buyers. “Despite the fact that gas prices have come down the future for fuel is uncertain and consumers want a fuel efficient vehicle in which they can only save if fuel prices increase,” explains senior analyst Kristen Andersson…

“Drivers today have twice the fuel-efficient car options than just three years ago,” says Luke Tonachel, senior vehicles analyst at the Natural Resources Defense Council in Washington, D.C. “As consumers look to trade in older cars over time, they will have the latest in fuel saving technology available to them, putting money back in their pockets.”

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