Best MPG

Most people realise that Diesel cars offer the potential to have the best MPG, along with other more fancy electric and hybrid cars. However many of us prefer to use the standard petrol car for a number of reasons, performance, style, or just the initial purchase cost. Therefore we have rooted out the most fuel efficient petrol cars for you that are available as of August 2009. In cases where multiple options are available on the car, the ones listed below are the most fuel efficient. These figures are for the combined cycle

  • Smart fortwo - 65.7 MPG
  • Toyota IQ - 65.7 MPG
  • Nissan Pixo 1.0 - 64.0 MPG
  • Toyota -Aygo - 62.8 MP
  • Citron C1 - 62.8 MPG
  • Peugeot 107 -61.5 MPG
  • Fiat 500 - 60.1 MPG
  • Daihatsu Charade - 58.9 MPG
  • Vauxhall Corsa - 58.8 MPG
  • Kia Picanto - 58.8 MPG

How Efficient is your Car (What is its MPG)?

Use the form below to find out your car's MPG and hence how fuel efficient your car is. Officially there are 3 measures of MPG (in the UK) but the exact efficiency of your car will depend on your driving practices. We use the combined cycle MPG which gives a fair representation of fuel efficiency under normal usage.

Please add your own comments telling us about any other petrol cars that now have an good MPG, basically if it gets more then 60mpg then we want to hear about it! please remember to quote either your own real life examples or the manufacturers claimed COMBINED CYCLE. Thank you.