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Top 5 Economically Friendly Cars

Top 5 Economically Friendly Cars

There are many reasons to consider making your next car an economically friendly car. Not only do they help you save money in terms of how often you need to fuel up, but they’re also designed to make a lesser impact on the planet.

If you’re thinking about making your next car an economically friendly car, you’ve come to the right place. On this page, we at Fred Beans will introduce you to five of the best economically friendly cars on the market. Shoppers in the areas of Philadelphia, Doylestown, Mechanicsburg, and Flemington should read ahead to learn more!

1. 2019 Chevy Cruze

2019 Chevy Cruze MPGThe 2019 Chevy Cruze Sedan is powered by a dynamic 1.6L turbo-diesel engine that pumps out both efficiency and power. With this model, you’ll get an incredible 648-mile range on just one tank of gas as well as a peppy 240 lb-ft of torque.1 With the Cruze Hatchback, you can expect up to an EPA-estimated 45 highway MPG.2

2. 2019 Hyundai Ioniq

The 2019 Hyundai Ioniq offers three efficient configurations, all with incredible capabilities:

Best Fuel Economy

Ioniq Hybrid

EPA-estimated 57 city / 59 highway MPG3

Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid

EPA-estimated 119 MPGe4

Ioniq Electric

124-mile range on one charge

As you can see, no matter which of the three you choose, you’ll be behind the wheel of a model that’s economically friendly in its own unique way.

3. 2019 Kia Niro

2019 Kia Niro Economical SpecsAs one of the only plug-in hybrid SUVs on the market, the 2019 Kia Niro combines ecofriendliness with capability. You won’t have to sacrifice interior space for efficiency as this model offers an EPA-estimated 51 combined MPG and up to 54.5 total cubic feet of cargo space. Pack in camping equipment and get to your campsite and back with just one tank of gas a full charge.5

4. 2019 Nissan Leaf

The 2019 Nissan Leaf is economically friendly in more ways than one. Not only does it offer an EPA-estimated range of up to 226 miles with its available 62 kWh battery, it’s also partially made from recycled materials.6 Additionally, most of the 2019 Nissan Leaf can be reused after the vehicle stops working many, many years down the road.

5. 2019 Toyota Prius

2019 Toyota Prius MPGThe Toyota Prius has been a staple when it comes to economically friendly vehicles for years. The 2019 model enhances efficiency even more with a strategically designed exterior that maximizes aerodynamics and drastically reduces fuel consumption in the process. With this model, you can expect up to an EPA-estimated 58 city / 53 highway MPG.7

Find Your Next Economically Friendly Car!

We at Fred Beans are thrilled that you’re considering an economically friendly car. When you shop with us, you’ll find an expansive selection of economically friendly cars in all shapes and sizes including the top five listed on this page.

Shoppers in the areas of Philadelphia, Doylestown, Mechanicsburg, and Flemington can explore our economically friendly car inventory right on our website today. Then, give us a call to schedule a test drive!

 

1 Based on EPA hwy estimate 48 MPG HWY for Cruze Diesel Sedan and fuel tank capacity. Your range may be less.

2 EPA-estimated MPG highway for Cruze Diesel Hatchback with 1.6L 4-cylinder Turbo-Diesel engine.

3 2019 Ioniq Hybrid Blue: 57 City/59 Hwy/58 Combined. 2019 Ioniq Hybrid SEL/Ioniq Hybrid Limited: 55 City/54 Hwy/55 Combined. EPA estimates. For comparison only. Your actual mileage may vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle’s condition.

4 2019 Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid. Up to 29-mile All-Electric Range based on a fully charged battery pack with 8.9-kWh capacity and 119 MPGe. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric-mode operation. 52 Combined MPG (gas). All figures are EPA estimates and for comparison purposes only. Actual range and mileage will vary with options, driving conditions and habits, vehicle and battery’s condition and other factors.

5 EPA-estimated MPG equivalent on a full battery charge. Actual MPGe will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits, vehicle maintenance, charging practice, battery age, weather, temperature and your vehicle’s condition. Battery capacity will decrease with time and use. For more information on MPGe, please see www.fueleconomy.gov

6 EPA range for LEAF S PLUS only. Actual range will vary with trim levels, options, and driving conditions; see Customer Disclosure Form for details.

7 2019 EPA-estimated 58 city/53 hwy.56 combined mpg estimate for Prius L Eco. Actual mileage will vary.

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