There are also lots of fuel economy charts that indicate pricing in which area, that are helpful to consumers to find the cheapest, most affordable fuel in their area. No matter what type of vehicle you own there are many things that you can do to make sure that you’ve using the right fuel as well as using as little fuel as possible. Using a variety of fuel economy charts might just give you that money-saving edge that you have been looking and hoping for to cash in on. Look for a fuel economy chart today so that you determine what fuel is best for your vehicle.
For 2006 for example the EPA most and least fuel-efficient vehicles ranked by city MPG (miles per gallon), have identified the Honda Insight as best overall with 60 city MPG and 66 Hwy MPG (less on the automatic).
The mini cooper, new VW beetle and Honda Civic, VW Gold Diesel are all amongst the most efficient. Toyota Prius, Hyundai Elantra, Sonata, Pontiac Vibe, Toyota Matrix, Scion xB, and the Ford Focus Station Wagon also made the cut.
With MPG’s in the lower teens and single digits there are also a long list of least fuel-efficient vehicles:
§ Bugatti Veyron,
§ Aston Martin V12 Vanquish S,
§ BMW M6,
§ Bentley Continental GT,
§ Bentley Arnage, 8 cyl,
§ Bentley Arnage LWB, 8 cyl, 6.8 L, Auto (4)
§ Audi S4 Avant, 8 cyl, 4.2 L, Man (6)
§ Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG, 8 cyl, 5.4 L, Auto(S5)
It is very easy to see , even as a prospective car buyer that a fuel economy chart can be extremely helpful in comparing fuel economy statistics and metrics, in order to make some smarter, more informed decisions as to which one to purchase (or not!).
Ensure that the fuel economy chart is metric or imperial throughout and that the comparisons are in fact accurate and fair and using the same scale!
Also note which part of the world the statistics come from. When comparing fuel economy charts and data, look at US, Europe or Asia, China, Japan, Korea etc. and that apples and compared with apples (miles per gallon, versus km per litre for example).