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
Toyota Camry 44-51 47-53
Kia Niro * 46-52 40-49
Toyota Prius c 48 43
Chevrolet Malibu 49 43
Ford Fusion * 43 41
Kia Optima Hybrid * 39 46
Toyota Prius v 43 39
Ford C-Max 42 37
Lexus ES 40 39
Lincoln MKZ 41 38
Toyota Avalon 40 39
Nissan Rogue 31-33 34-35
Toyota RAV4 34 30
Lexus NX 33 30
Lexus GS 29 34
Infiniti Q70 28 33
Lexus RX 31 28
Lexus LC 26 35
Toyota Highlander 29-30 27-28
Infiniti Q50 26-27 30-32
Acura RLX 28 29
Acura MDX 26 27
Acura NSX 21 22
Audi A3 Sportback TBD TBD
BMW 3-Series sedan TBD TBD
BMW 5-Series sedan TBD TBD
BMW 7-Series TBD TBD
BMW X5 TBD TBD
BMW i8 TBD TBD
Cadillac CT6 TBD TBD
Chevrolet Volt TBD TBD
Chrysler Pacifica TBD TBD
Honda Accord TBD TBD
Mercedes-Benz C-Class TBD TBD
Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class TBD TBD
Mini Countryman TBD TBD
Porsche Cayenne TBD TBD
Porsche Panamera TBD TBD
Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo TBD TBD
Volvo XC90 TBD TBD

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