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Fuel-Efficient High-Performance Cars

AutoNXT Logo By Mike Meredith of AutoNXT | Slide 1 of 39: For drivers who have their eyes on new high-performance rides, chances are fuel economy is not their topline new-car priority. That said, with advances in technology and many high-performance models downsizing to smaller-displacement turbocharged engines, performance and fuel economy are no longer mutually exclusive. A surprising number of today’s performance cars achieve respectable fuel economy when cruising the open road — not the same level as a compact hybrid, but good enough to consider taking an adventurous road trip. The vehicles here earn a U.S. EPA fuel economy rating at or above 25 mpg on the highway, with the list sorted by highway fuel economy.

High Performance, High Efficiency

For drivers who have their eyes on new high-performance rides, chances are fuel economy is not their topline new-car priority. That said, with advances in technology and many high-performance models downsizing to smaller-displacement turbocharged engines, performance and fuel economy are no longer mutually exclusive. A surprising number of today’s performance cars achieve respectable fuel economy when cruising the open road — not the same level as a compact hybrid, but good enough to consider taking an adventurous road trip. The vehicles here earn a U.S. EPA fuel economy rating at or above 25 mpg on the highway, with the list sorted by highway fuel economy.
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