50 Reliable Cars That’ll Keep Going Long After 250,000 Miles

Published on October 24, 2018
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One of the important factors that most people consider when purchasing a car is reliability. Despite the fact that the mindset of modern consumers seems to be geared towards changing their cars regularly (say, every two to three years), many people still think of cars as investments, which need to last much longer than that. While it is true that finding a car that will last after hitting the mark at 250,000 miles is not very common, it is definitely not that difficult to find either. Some models across various market categories still deliver this sort of longevity to the people who choose to buy these cars. We have gathered a list of 50 cars, both new and classic ones, which will keep going even after hitting 250,000 miles.

Subaru Forester

Ever since the first Subaru Forester model came out, this car has become a hit. It not only comes with an amazing palette of engines, but its 4WD system is also regarded as the best among those that are available today. The turbocharged variants are remarkable, but the engines, which are naturally aspirated, are known to go further than 250,000 miles if regularly maintained.

Subaru Forester

Subaru Forester

VW Passat

The station wagon, which is a favorite in Europe, gained popularity because of its reliability and functionality. This is true for most VW Passat generations, and the latest one is not an exception. VW diesel engines are known to outlast all other things in the car, and the 1.8 Turbo engine, which is more recent, has shown to have almost the same level of durability.

VW Passat

VW Passat

Lexus RX350/450h

RX350/450h is a Lexus that will go the distance. Both the hybrid and gas variants of the car are known for being reliable. In fact, the Lexus RX350/450h is thought to be one of the most reliable in its class. This has definitely expanded the customer base of the vehicle.

Lexus RX350/450h

Lexus RX350/450h

Honda CR-V

This Honda compact crossover has always been packed with really handy features and it also comes with a reliable engine. Case in point: the 2.4-liter four-cylinder which can be found in this car’s older models. The Honda CR-V has nothing flashy going for it, especially if you ask people who find the exterior design repulsive. However, nobody can call into question the fact that this car simply keeps on going well into six figures on the clock.

Honda CR-V

Honda CR-V

Lexus ES 350/450

Some may think that this Lexus is rather boring, with the average design it has and its mild performance, but what the ES 350/450 lacks in style it compensates for with its longevity. This car is simply well built. A significant testament to this is the fact that there are a lot of happy owners who still drive their cars well beyond the 200,000 mile mark.

Lexus ES 350/450

Lexus ES 350/450

Toyota Camry

If there is one car on this list that does not need any special introduction, the Toyota Camry is definitely it. For decades, this car has been considered to be among the most reliable you could ever buy, along with a number of other Toyota models. Currently, the Toyota Camry is most likely among the go-to cars of people who are looking for a reliable and durable vehicle. However, beyond that, this car doesn’t really have much more to offer.

Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry

Toyota 4Runner

When it comes to compact SUVs, the Toyota 4Runner is the kind that has some really extensive history of significant off-road use. This is why many 4×4 enthusiasts all over the world choose the 4Runner as one of their favorites. In addition to its off-road capabilities, this car also comes with engines that can handle that sort of abuse regularly, while still delivering the torque that is needed.

Toyota 4Runner

Toyota 4Runner

Lincoln Town Car

Lincoln Town Car is one model which shares the same platform as two others, including the Ford Crown Victoria. One thing you can expect about the Town Car is the fact that the specs it features are similar to those of the Crown Vic, but in a package that is more luxurious. The 4.6 litre V8 engine on the Town Car definitely deserves praise, especially since not much has changed during its career spanning 13 long years.

Lincoln Town Car

Lincoln Town Car

Nissan Titan XD

Whenever there is a conversation about the Cummins diesel engines, they are always praised for their ruggedness, durability and reliability. The Nissan Titan XD offers exactly those things under its hood. The standard engine is the 5.6L V8 petrol one, and it runs for more than thousands of miles. However, if you want to avoid any worries, then you should opt for the Cummins 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel instead.

Nissan Titan XD

Nissan Titan XD

Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

The rivalry between Chevy and Ford transpires the famous performance car segment. So far, Chevy has produced many trucks (which are the primary competitors of Ford’s F-series) and one of them is the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD. Currently, these two brands’ market share are tied and in the United States, both brands have created loyal followings. The Chevy Silverado 2500HD is quite a durable truck that can handle the abuse and carry on running. Very similar to the F-250 Super Duty, on the clock, these trucks can be found with six-figure mileage all over.

Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

Honda Odyssey

The Honda Odyssey has a really flexible 3.5 litre V6 engine and can get to the 200,000-mile mark with ease, serving its owner reliably. It is not only the engine that is wear resistant, but also the transmission. Basically, all the other parts of its mechanical system are up there too. Even if you are one of those people who don’t like the Odyssey’s design, you cannot argue that the Honda minivan is certainly a great choice when it comes to being a reliable ride that the whole family can enjoy.

Honda Odyssey

Honda Odyssey

Acura RDX

The crossover SUV from Acura is among the most reliable in its class, a fact that is proven by many happy customers all over the globe. Since it has a 3.5L V6 engine with 279 horsepower, the powertrain in the Acura RDX is decent and doesn’t endure a lot of stress. If the car receives regular maintenance, it can easily go further than the 250,000 miles. The RDX has the standard 6-speed automatic transmission, which also helps in improving the car’s mileage.

Acura RDX

Acura RDX

Chevrolet Impala

When it comes to the market in North America, one car that is considered to be among the most reliable is the Chevrolet Impala. This is a car that is ready to suit your needs, even if that includes covering 250,000 miles or more during its lifespan. This sedan comes with the ECOTEC 2.5L DOHC 4-cylinder engine as standard, but if you really want to make sure that you get the most out of the Chevrolet Impala, then you should opt for the standard engine choice of 3.6L DOHC V6 with 305 horsepower and a 6-speed automatic.

Chevrolet Impala

Chevrolet Impala

Toyota Corolla

Corollas, especially the older ones circa 1989, are some of Japan’s most resilient cars ever. There are many instances when these small sedans have easily reached the 250,000-mile mark. It definitely helps that these cars have an amazing selection of engines that are all well-built. It does not matter if the car’s version is JDM, American, or European, the Toyota Corolla is basically built to last.

Toyota Corolla

Toyota Corolla

Honda Pilot

Luxurious SUV’s do not always mean reliable vehicles. The numerous examples out there are enough to prove that this is true. With that said, the Honda Pilot definitely does not belong to the said group. As a matter of fact, some first generation Pilots that are still out there have some pretty outrageous mileages. The SUV’s latest version promises to deliver the same reliability, but at this point, it’s too early to say.

Honda Pilot

Honda Pilot

Audi Allroad

The story of the Audi Allroad is quite similar to that of the VW Passat. The Audi A4’s crossover variant has shown to be rather resilient and quite capable of getting great mileage if it is regularly maintained. This applies to many of the engine choices.

Audi Allroad

Audi Allroad

Scion xB

Some people like Scions, while others hate them. It is not common to find someone who does not have an opinion about these cars. In spite of what you might think about this brand, the Scion xB has shown to be a car that is reliable. It simply keeps going, and if you go by the feedback of customers, these cars will reach the 250,000-mile mark with ease.

Scion xB

Scion xB

Nissan Patrol

If the Yin is Toyota Land Cruiser, then the Yang is Nissan Patrol. These two vehicles, even though they are different, feature engines which are similar and seem to be quite indestructible. They also have impressive off-road capabilities, and overall, boast of great build quality. The Nissan Patrol isn’t your usual everyday SUV. They didn’t have soccer moms picking up their kids after school in mind when they designed this vehicle. They designed the Nissan Patrol to traverse the most hostile terrains you can find.

Nissan Patrol

Nissan Patrol

GMC Sierra 2500HD

GMC Sierra 2500HD is another popular choice for those who need a pickup truck that is capable of both transporting heavier loads and towing. Even though it might not be as well-known as the Ford or Chevy, the GMC Sierra trucks’ presence in the U.S. market has always been an established one. This is certainly a solid vehicle that has capable engines, definitely cut out for heavy-duty use.

GMC Sierra 2500HD

GMC Sierra 2500HD

Mazda 6

Imagine something as reliable as a Camry but has the capability to make you grin whenever you step on the gas pedal. The Mazda 6 can probably be best described that way. It’s definitely a luxury sedan which offers formidable performance, and reliability to boot. That is something we don’t often see these days.

Mazda 6

Mazda 6

Toyota Tacoma

If you are looking for a solid package that has a great off-road capability and payload capacity, then the Toyota Tacoma is definitely worth considering. However, do keep in mind that it can’t quite match the capabilities, interior features, or overall performance of many of its competitors. The ruggedly handsome looks of the Tacoma and the available off-road gear it has almost redeem the so-so fuel economy and tight interior of the vehicle. The standard engine of choice is a 2.7L four-cylinder that makes 180 lb-ft of torque and it is paired with either a manual that is five-speed or an automatic that is six-speed; there is an optional 3.5-liter V-6 (265 lb-ft) that mates to either a six-speed manual or automatic. If it is properly equipped, as much as 6800 lb can be towed by the V-6. For serious adventurers, a heavy-duty suspension and appearance upgrades can be added by a TRD Pro trim.

Toyota Tacoma

Toyota Tacoma

Ford F-250 Super Duty

The F-250 Super Duty is a lot like the F-150 but the F-250 is larger and is a beast at towing. Heavy-duty use was definitely in mind when this car was designed and it shows in every component on this truck, from its frame to the lineup of engines which can handle the extra load day to day. From the start, these trucks were more or less required to have the ability to reach rather high mileage, so it’s not surprising that you will find a number of these trucks which have clocks showing over 250,000 miles.

Ford F-250 Super Duty

Ford F-250 Super Duty

Toyota Sequoia

Similar to many other Toyotas that are on this list, the full-size packaged Sequoia is a rugged and very reliable SUV. The 5.7L V8 engine that pairs with a 6-speed automatic on the Sequoia can survive even driving conditions that are really extreme or neglect. Therefore, if it is well-kept, it will easily reach and pass 250,000 miles. The Toyota Sequoia might not have great fuel consumption, but hey, it is still one full-size SUV.

Toyota Sequoia

Toyota Sequoia

Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD

One heavy-duty truck on the market that is really popular and trusted is the Silverado 3500HD. When it is equipped with the Duramax® 6.6-liter Turbo-Diesel V8, this truck can really bear all kinds of abuse and reach the 250,000-mile mark without trouble. The standard engine of choice of the Silverado 3500HD is a Vortec® 6.0L petrol V8, a powertrain which can go for miles – hundreds of thousands – like it’s nothing.

Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD

Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD

Honda Civic

The Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla have a similar reputation. The Civics have been known for being fuel-efficient and reliable compact cars that will get you to the place you have to go. It was a no thrills sort of car and it still is to some extent. It gained a large following around the globe, especially in the U.S. owing to its customization potential and great engines. A Honda Civic is always a safe option whether you are buying it new or used.

Honda Civic

Honda Civic

Ford F-150

The Ford F-150 is also known as America’s workhorse, and for good reason – it is extremely reliable. It’s no wonder that you can see these trucks in many ranches and all types of small businesses across the United States. This truck has been the default for generations because people can rely on it to get the job done, on a daily basis, for many years. Needless to say, an F-150 that is well-maintained can cover 250,000 miles like it’s nothing.

Ford F-150

Ford F-150

Chevrolet Equinox

The quiet, practical cabin on the Chevrolet Equinox makes the vehicle a smart buy. However, with a well-tuned chassis, the vehicle is a desirable buy. There are three turbo fours to choose from: the 170-horsepower 1.5-liter and the 137-horsepower 1.6-liter diesel that are matched to a six-speed automatic, or the rather gutsy 252-horsepower 2.0-liter matched to a nine-speed. There is a standard 7.0-inch infotainment touchscreen that has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but there is also an optional 8.0-inch screen. In addition, the are available active safety features like automated lane-keeping assist and emergency braking.

Chevrolet Equinox

Chevrolet Equinox

Saab 9000

Despite the fact that it is not produced anymore, the Saab 9000 was a perfect example of just how great the Swedish automotive industry used to be at one point. It had Fiat’s Tipo Quattro platform, which three more Fiat models shared, and it featured a lineup of engines that were more than decent. This car wasn’t overly pretty, but it was definitely loyal to its owner.

Saab 9000

Saab 9000

Toyota Land Cruiser

Outside of the U.S., the Toyota Land Cruiser is considered to be an off-road vehicle that is among the best one can buy. It is built like a tank, has an outstanding AWD system, and comes with an engine that is almost immortal, especially the 4.2 litre diesel unit. For many Australians, this is their vehicle of choice. They drive it when they go into the bush or in various UN missions all over the world.

Toyota Land Cruiser

Toyota Land Cruiser

Toyota Prius

Even if it is already a favorite when it comes to hybrids, the Toyota Prius still gets a good mark regarding reliability. By now, there have been numerous times that the hybrid engine has proven its worth. It certainly makes the Prius nearly as good as a Camry, except for one slight problem. Even before the engine begins to fail, the battery pack will have to be replaced several times. Since it still costs a lot to buy battery packs, it somehow nullifies the engine’s reliability. Despite having said that, the Prius still deserves to be mentioned.

Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius

VW Golf 4 TDI

The 1.9 liter TDI engines that the Volkswagen Golf 4 came with are still arguably among the best engines ever made by VW. The turbocharged diesel units are pretty flexible, yet also robust. There are numerous Golfs with really high mileage on the clock but still run quite well, and they will most likely continue to do so in the foreseeable future.

VW Golf 4 TDI

VW Golf 4 TDI

Toyota Sienna

As far as mini vans are concerned, Toyota’s Sienna is one of the most reliable options on the market. The Sienna is extremely well built and has an impressive 4WD system. Because it was specifically designed for long-distance travel, the Sienna is sort of expected to reach and pass high mileage marks. One would think that other minivans on the market would be able to do the same, but sadly, that isn’t the case.

Toyota Sienna

Toyota Sienna

Toyota Highlander

During its lifetime, the Toyota Highlander had several design updates that made it larger and able to offer more space in the passenger cabin and several other additions. However, what remained the same was its reliability. The earlier models came with a 3.5 liter V6, a piece of machinery which has proven to be quite tough and can easily outlast a lot of its competitors when taken care of.

Toyota Highlander

Toyota Highlander

Ford Taurus

If you are prepared for its regular maintenance, then the Ford Taurus can easily reach the 250,000-mile mark. For optimal results, the engine of choice should be the 288 horsepower 3.5L V6 instead of the SHO’s 2.0-liter Ecoboost inline-four or 3.5-liter Ecoboost V6. The engine is paired with a 6-speed automatic, which will certainly help its durability.

 Ford Taurus

Ford Taurus

Subaru Legacy

The boxer engines of the Subaru are well-known for being able to endure extremely tough situations. Therefore, if you choose to purchase the Legacy sedan, you will have no worries passing 250,000 miles. Your rugged companion is a standard all-wheel-drive and comes with a 2.5L engine or a 3.6L matched to Lineartronic® CVT transmission.

Subaru Legacy

Subaru Legacy

Hyundai Elantra

A good car that would have a higher rank in its class if there weren’t a lot of other good compact cars on the market…is the Hyundai Elantra. It boasts a cabin that is spacious and well-built, and seats that are comfortable. It also has a lot of active safety features and available techs. Compared to many other competitors, the Elantra offers more space in the trunk. There is also another available style for this Hyundai – the Elantra GT with a hatchback body. The GT has a base engine that is more powerful and has considerably more cargo space. The 2018 Hyundai Elantra comes from a generation with predicted reliability ratings that are outstanding. All the vehicles have an average rating of three. The rating of the Elantra is great for any car, yet in its class, it is also among the highest.

Hyundai Elantra

Hyundai Elantra

Jeep Wrangler

In spite of the familiar outward appearance the new Wrangler is sporting, the team of designers and engineers did a thorough job when it comes to introducing modernity to the template. This resulted in the minor increase of the windshield’s rake, a measure which was taken with a lot of care in order to preserve the profile of the classic Jeep. Regardless of model or trim, a key aspect of the allure of the Jeep is the topless motoring. It has been this way since the time of the original Willys.

Jeep Wrangler

Jeep Wrangler

Ford Crown Victoria

It is probably the police cruiser that is the most recognizable in the world. It also happens to be a car that is among the most reliable out there. Ford Crown Vics with high six figures mileage are gradually being phased out, but when their law enforcement service is over, they’re usually repurposed into taxis. Finding a Crown Vic that has reached the 500,000 mile mark is not really uncommon, let alone the 250,000 mark.

Ford Crown Victoria

Ford Crown Victoria

Dodge Ram Cummins

Once Dodge and Cummins realized that both parties could benefit from working together, they created a truck which quickly became a certified top seller. Cummins engines that are in recent Dodge Ram models come in two variants – the 5.9L turbocharged inline 6 and the 6.7 liter newer version. Both these engines deliver serious performance, with an excessive amount of torque and really decent peak horsepower. In addition to their raw power, the said engines are also remarkably reliable.

Dodge Ram Cummins

Dodge Ram Cummins

Mercedes-Benz E Class W124

The Mercedes Benz W124 E Class introduced updated versions of legendary diesel engines found in W123. Needless to say, this Mercedes also lived to become one of their most reliable and durable models to date. With proper maintenance, hitting the 250,000 miles mark was nothing unusual, and these cars were known to go much further than that.

Mercedes-Benz E Class W124

Mercedes-Benz E Class W124

Jeep Grand Cherokee

As far as off-road experience is concerned, the Jeep Grand Cherokee pretty much beats all other mid-size SUVs. That said, being capable of carrying out a task is definitely different from being built for the purpose of mastering it. The 2016 Cherokee models were designed specifically for what the Jeep built its brand on. It comes with a 295-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 paired with an eight-speed automatic and a rear-drive as standard. There is also an option to choose between a 240-horsepower turbo-diesel V-6 or a 360-horsepower 5.7-liter V-8. The three setups of four-wheel drive each have varying capabilities. The Grand Cherokee has a tidy cabin which has touchscreen infotainment and even has optional Wi-Fi, making the SUV a nice place to be if you are fording rivers or just running errands.

Jeep Grand Cherokee

Jeep Grand Cherokee

Mazda MX-5

Despite the Miata being a sports car, you will have no worries regarding the maximum mileage as long as your car is taken good care of. The reason for that is its very simple mechanics which are crowned with an engine of 2.0-liter Skyactiv inline-four. What it means for MX-5 owners is that they will only need to do regular maintenance on it – a relatively cheap expense compared to that of other sports cars out there.

Mazda MX-5

Mazda MX-5

Nissan Altima

A capable sedan that has a decent list of options and a spacious, comfortable cabin – this pretty much describes the Altima. The choices for the engine are a 182-hp 2.5L inline-four or a 270-hp 3.5L V-6, but both have a CVT. A little fun is infused by the SR through the addition of unique wheels, paddle shifters, and stiffer suspension tuning. A strong active-safety bundle is created by its forward emergency braking and adaptive cruise control. The Altima also includes blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert, advanced safety features which cost extra or aren’t even available in a number of rival mid-size sedans.

Nissan Altima

Nissan Altima

BMW 5 Series E39

Produced between the years 1995 and 2004, the BMW 5 Series sedan’s E39 generation has not really aged well, but used to be one of the great German engineering examples. On the used cars market, it’s not unusual to find an E39 that has passed the 250,000 mile mark, and a well-maintained one can cover even much more. The inline six engines from BMW are known for their reliability and decent performance. The E39 5 Series isn’t an exception.

BMW 5 Series E39

BMW 5 Series E39

Chevrolet Malibu

With its sheet metal handsomely styled and its aggressive front end, the Chevrolet Malibu is among the best options when it comes to family sedans. Its interior offers more legroom in the rear-seat than before, whereas the overall design and materials give the sedan an upscale look. A 160-hp turbo 1.5L four-cylinder is under the hood, while a 250-hp turbo 2.0L four is optional. The engines come with a six-speed automatic and a front-wheel drive. The Chevrolet Malibu is a favorite family sedan and it is a great car in itself. It is attractive, relatively light for the class it belongs to, and solidly built.

Chevrolet Malibu

Chevrolet Malibu

Ford Explorer

The Explorer is an SUV that is still a contender owing to its premium interior which seats seven, rather high-tech features, and pretty robust mechanics. It has a 290-hp V-6 and front-wheel drive as standard, but there is an optional all-wheel drive. Other powerplants include a 280-horsepower turbo four and a 365-horsepower twin-turbo V-6, which also comes with a Sport model that has a sport-tuned chassis and an all-wheel drive. The Explorer offers a solid ride with a quiet cabin, but it feels larger than it actually is.

Ford Explorer

Ford Explorer

Toyota RAV4

This crossover from Toyota is a bestseller and at present, is at its fourth generation. Similar to the previous generations, the most recent one has also shown that it is quite reliable. Basically, that means the XA40 RAV4 also has the capability to go beyond 250,000 miles. This is especially true if you follow a schedule for regular maintenance and if it isn’t put through much hassle. There is a range of diesel and petrol engines to choose from. If durability is what you want, then the RAV4 that has automatic transmission should be your choice.

Toyota RAV4

Toyota RAV4

Mercedes-Benz W123

Back when Mercedes-Benz cars were not synonymous to expensive maintenance, a number of cars that are the most mechanically invincible and reliable were actually built by the German car manufacturer. In this aspect, the most notable is definitely the W123 platform, especially the diesel units. Mercedes even handed out badges and certificates once you reached certain mileage. The badge that you could get which was the most prestigious was for a million miles. That fact speaks a lot about these cars.

Mercedes-Benz W123

Mercedes-Benz W123

Subaru Outback

The Outback is a crossover-utility vehicle and it rides on a suspension that is slightly raised in order to have more ground clearance. However, in every other manner, it is a Subaru Legacy station wagon. This configuration has become so popular, that in the U.S, Subaru is offering just the Legacy wagon. The Outback might not be a vehicle that inspire a lot of thrills, but that is not its mission. The Outback will instead get the driver, his passengers, and his cargo wherever he wants to go, quietly and comfortably, across any terrain. All he needs to do is look out for bears when he ventures off the beaten path.

Subaru Outback

Subaru Outback

Toyota Tundra

The modern full-size truck has turned into a luxury yacht on land, with advanced technology packed full in to it and with lightweight materials used for its construction. Even though it is a throwback to a simpler time, the Toyota Tundra still does conform to the size of today’s huge entries. If you are looking for something that comes in a capable package which is relatively affordable and spacious, then the Toyota Tundra is the truck for you. Just keep in mind that the latest style, features, and technology might be missing, although this isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra

Ford Focus ST

The Ford Focus ST has it all; talk about sporty and fuel efficient. It is a powerful vehicle thanks to the turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine. The horsepower is 252, meaning it can go from 0-60 mph in 6 seconds. The transmission is 6-speed manual, and the amazing handling is one of the best any front-wheel-drive out there has. The Ford Focus ST gets 23 miles per gallon in the city and 32 mpg on the highway.

Ford Focus ST

Ford Focus ST

Hyundai Veloster Turbo

The Hyundai Veloster Turbo is rated as one of the top small hatchbacks on the market. We love that leather upholstery, heated front seats and keyless access with push-button starting all come standard. The Veloster Turbo’s 201-hp turbocharged engine makes it extremely fast while getting 24 mpg city/35 mpg hwy.

Hyundai Veloster Turbo

Hyundai Veloster Turbo

2015 Mini Cooper

The popular Mini Cooper has just been redesigned for 2015. This car is not only fuel-efficient, but it’s design is also super fun and sporty. Prospective buyers can choose between a 134-hp turbocharged 3-cylinder engine or a raucous 189-hp turbocharged 4-cylinder. The gas mileage is also pretty good with 30 mpg city/42 mpg hwy. Seems like this Mini is a winner.

2015 Mini Cooper

2015 Mini Cooper

Porsche Cayman

Yes, we all know how stylish and fast Porsche vehicles are, but, Eco-friendly? Who knew. This 2-seater Porsche Cayman has a track-friendly mid-engine setup. With the dual-clutch PDK transmission, the Cayman gets 22 mpg city/32 mpg hwy. Not bad at all.

Porsche Cayman

Porsche Cayman

Scion FR-S

Instead of the usual box-like look many Scions have, the Scion FR-S boasts a coupe-like look. This 2-door, 4-seat sports car has a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine and a low center of gravity. The car’s standard manual transmission can reach 22 mpg city/30 mpg hwy.

Scion FR S

Scion FR-S

Subaru WRX

The Subaru WRX has been totally redesigned and looks more sportier than ever. Can you believe that 17-inch alloy wheels, a backup camera, Bluetooth and automatic climate control all come standard? Oh, and the car’s new turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder makes an impressive 268 hp. It also has excellent fuel economy at 21 mpg city/28 mpg hwy for the 6-speed manual transmission.

Subaru WRX

Subaru WRX

Volkswagen GTI

The Volkswagen GTI offers 3 or 5-door models. The sporty hatchback also has a unique front-wheel drive system. The torque 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder gets to 210 hp. The best is yet to come: the fuel economy. The Volkswagen GTI gets an impressive 25 mpg city/34 mpg hwy. Color us impressed.

Volkswagen GTI

Volkswagen GTI

Honda Insight

The Honda Insight is another vehicle that also has great fuel economy. Get this…it tested higher than the Toyota Prius! The Insight mirrors the Civic with comfortable riding, secure handling and a roomy rear seat. The standard safety systems include forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking. But, if you want to have a proper blind spot-warning system, you’ll have to upgrade.

Honda Insight

Honda Insight

Hyundai Ioniq

The Hyundai Ioniq is another opponent for the Toyota Prius. Hyundai’s version has a similar body and gets an amazing 52 mpg overall. The 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine gives a 139 hp. Similar to other hybrids, the Ioniq can also drive on electric power.

Hyundai Ioniq

Hyundai Ioniq

Kia Niro

Not only does the Kia Niro have great versatility, but it also has amazing fuel economy. The Niro is a hybrid and is fit with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. The car also boasts a lithium-ion battery under the rear seat, creating a flat cargo floor when the rear seats are folded…cool! The car gets 43 mpg overall which is pretty great for an SUV of its size.

Kia Niro

Kia Niro

Toyota Avalon

The Toyota Avalon sedan is Toyota’s flagship model. The large sedan is not only roomy, it also rides comfortably, and has easy-to-use controls. The Avalon has a 3.5-liter V6 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The car got 42 mpg overall, we’re also impressed!

Toyota Avalon

Toyota Avalon

Toyota Yaris

The Toyota Yaris has one the best fuel economy ratings for a car powered by gasoline alone. The mileage ratings are 32/40/35 mpg for an automatic transmission. The car comes standard with a 7-inch touch screen, low-speed forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.

Toyota Yaris

Toyota Yaris

2018 Jaguar XE

The Jaguar XE combines good fuel economy, luxury and surprising: affordability. The 180-horsepower turbo diesel engine provides 32/42 mpg city/hwy. This Jaguar model is one to beat for sure.

2018 Jaguar XE

2018 Jaguar XE

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

The Chevy Cruze has a turbo-diesel engine and a six-speed manual transmission. These specs make it turn into a hybrid-like fuel economy car. With 30 mpg city, the U.S. News rated it 8.4/10.

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

2018 Chevrolet Cruze

2018 Lincoln MKZ

The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid is a very upscale car, yet inexpensive for a luxurious vehicle of its caliber. The hybrid powertrain comes included, along with smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

2018 Lincoln MKZ

2018 Lincoln MKZ

2018 Kia Optima

The Kia Optima’s comfortable interior is well built, but it isn’t the prettiest. But, the lack of looks is made up for with the smooth, quiet ride. Kia got it right with this one…it’s beautiful!

2018 Kia Optima

2018 Kia Optima

2018 Honda Clarity

The Honda Clarity is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. It can drive can drive up to 47 miles using only electricity before the 212-horsepower gasoline engine kicks in. The Clarity boasts automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and Honda’s LaneWatch camera. Watch out Civic, the Clarity is here!

2018 Honda Clarity

2018 Honda Clarity

Audi Q3

The Audi Q3 is a sophisticated crossover SUV with all the latest technologies. The agile performance will make exploring the city, or even the back roads, a breeze. The Q3 is also available with quattro® all-wheel drive.

Audi Q3

Audi Q3

Mercedes A35

The Mercedes-AMG A35 4MATIC is too cool for school. The specific design elements to AMG make a very clear design statement, and it’s very apparent in this model. Buyers also have the option to buy multi-spoke 19-inch rims and side skirts. If it could get any cooler?!

Mercedes A35

Mercedes A35

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