Fuel Economy

Fuel economy has long been a key decision factor when buying a new vehicle. While the EPA estimates may not accurately predict your mileage with a given vehicle, they are useful for broad comparisons of vehicles. Note that many trucks and large SUVS are too heavy to be required to specify their fuel economy.

For more information, view our new car fuel economy guide.

Model EPA City EPA Highway
Hyundai Ioniq * 55-57 54-59
Toyota Prius * 54-58 50-53
Kia Niro * 46-52 40-49
Toyota Prius c 48 43
Mitsubishi Mirage 33-37 41-43
Honda Fit 29-33 36-40
Smart fortwo coupe 31-33 39
Ford Fiesta 5d 26-31 33-41
Honda Civic Hatchback 22-31 28-40
Nissan Versa Note 31 39
Chevrolet Spark 29-30 38
Fiat 500 24-31 32-38
Toyota Yaris 3d Liftback 30 35-36
Chevrolet Cruze Hatch 28-29 37-38
Toyota Yaris 5d Liftback 30 35-36
Chevrolet Sonic 5d 24-28 33-38
Hyundai Accent 5d 26-27 36-37
Mini Hardtop 4-door 23-28 32-37
Mazda Mazda3 5d 25-28 33-37
Toyota Corolla iM 27-28 35-36
Mini Hardtop 23-28 32-38
Hyundai Veloster 25-28 32-35
Volkswagen Beetle 26 33-34
Volkswagen Golf 5d 25 35-36
Toyota C-HR 27 31
BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe 21-24 31-34
BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo 20-23 30-33
Audi A5 Sportback 21-24 30-34
Volkswagen Golf GTI 5d 22-24 30-34
Audi TT coupe 19-23 27-30
Audi A7 15-21 25-29
Nissan 370Z 18-19 26
Acura NSX 21 22
Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 13-16 22-26
McLaren 570GT 16 23
Dodge Viper 12 19
BMW 6-Series Gran Turismo TBD TBD
BMW i3 TBD TBD
BMW i8 TBD TBD
Chevrolet Bolt EV TBD TBD
Chevrolet Volt TBD TBD
Fiat 500 e TBD TBD
Hyundai Elantra GT TBD TBD
Mitsubishi i-MiEV TBD TBD
Nissan Leaf TBD TBD
Porsche 718 Cayman TBD TBD
Smart fortwo electric drive coupe TBD TBD
Tesla Model S TBD TBD
Volkswagen Golf e-Golf TBD TBD

Note: Bar graphs denote the composite fuel economy for the model. "*" indicates models with incomplete data.