i USING THE FUEL ECONOMY Flexible-fuel vehicles (FFVs), which can use gasoline and E85, have estimates for GUIDE both fuels. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) have estimates for gasoline-only The U.S. Environmental Protection and electric-only operation and are Agency (EPA) and U.S. Department of discussed in more detail on page 27. For Energy (DOE) produce the Fuel Economy answers to frequently asked questions Guide to help car buyers choose the most about fuel economy estimates, visit fuel-efficient vehicle that meets their www.fueleconomy.gov. needs. The Guide is published in print and on the Web at www.fueleconomy.gov. For additional Annual Fuel Cost Estimates print copies, please call DOE’s Clean This Guide provides annual fuel costcontents Cities Technical Response Service at 1- estimates for each vehicle. The estimates 800-254-6735 or mail your request to: are based on the assumptions that you• Using the Fuel Economy Guide / i NREL - Fuel Economy Guide, 1617 Cole travel 15,000 miles per year (55% under• Understanding the Guide Listings / 1 Boulevard, Golden, CO 80401. city driving conditions and 45% under• Why Some Vehicles Are Not Listed / 1 highway conditions) and that fuel costs• Vehicle Classes Used in This Guide / 2 $3.75/gallon for regular unleaded gasoline Fuel Economy Estimates and $4.02/gallon for premium. Cost-per-• Tax Incentives and Disincentives / 2 Most vehicles in this Guide (other than gallon assumptions for vehicles that use• Why Consider Fuel Economy? / 2 plug-in hybrids) have three fuel economy other fuel types are discussed at the• Fueling Options / 2 estimates: beginning of those vehicle sections. The• Fuel Economy and Annual Fuel Cost fuel costs were determined in advance to Ranges for Vehicle Classes / 3 allow time for printing fuel economy labels • A "city" estimate that represents urban• Model Year 2012 Fuel Economy and the Guide, and may not reflect current driving, in which a vehicle is started in Leaders / 4 the morning (after being parked all fuel prices.• 2012 Model Year Vehicles / 5 night) and driven in stop-and-go traffic• Diesel Vehicles / 26 Visit www.fueleconomy.gov to • A "highway" estimate that represents a personalize fuel costs based on current• Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles / 26 mixture of rural and interstate highway fuel prices and your driving habits.• Electric Vehicles / 27 driving in a warmed-up vehicle, typical• Hybrid Electric Vehicles / 28 of longer trips in free-flowing traffic• Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles / 30 • A "combined" estimate that represents Your Fuel Economy Will Vary• Ethanol Flexible Fuel Vehicles / 31 a combination of city driving (55%) and Even though EPA recently improved its• Fuel Cell Vehicles / 36 highway driving (45%) methods for estimating fuel economy, your• Index / 37 vehicle’s fuel economy will almost Estimates for all vehicles are based on certainly vary from EPA’s estimate. Fuel laboratory testing under standardized economy is not a fixed number; it varies conditions to allow for fair comparisons. significantly based on where you drive, how you drive, and other factors. Thus, it
WWW.FUELECONOMY.GOV 1is impossible for one set of estimates to diagram below). Vehicles that can usepredict fuel economy precisely for all UNDERSTANDING THE more than one kind of fuel have an entrydrivers in all environments. For example, GUIDE LISTINGS for each fuel type.the following factors can lower yourvehicle’s fuel economy: We hope you’ll find the Fuel Economy Interior passenger and cargo volumes are• Aggressive driving (hard acceleration Guide easy to use! Fuel economy and located in the index at the back of the and braking) annual fuel cost data are organized by Guide. vehicle class (see page 2 for a list of• Excessive idling, accelerating, and classes). Within each class, vehicles are braking in stop-and-go traffic listed alphabetically by manufacturer and WHY SOME VEHICLES ARE• Cold weather (engines are more efficient model. NOT LISTED when warmed up) Vehicle models with different features, Fuel economy regulations currently do not• Driving with a heavy load or with the air such as engine size or transmission type, conditioner running apply to are listed as different vehicles—engine and• Improperly tuned engine or under- transmission attributes are shown in the • Sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and inflated tires first column under the model name. passenger vans with a gross vehicle• Use of remote starters Additional attributes needed to distinguish weight rating (GVWR) of more than among vehicles (e.g., fuel type, suggested 10,000 pounds—GVWR is the vehicleIn addition, small variations in vehicle fuel grade) are listed in the “Notes” column weight plus carrying capacitymanufacturing can cause fuel economy . A legend for abbreviations is provided on • Other vehicles with a GVWR of 8,500variations in the same make and model, page 5. pounds or more or a curb weight overand some vehicles don’t attain maximum 6,000 poundsfuel economy until they are "broken in" A "P" in the "Notes" column indicates that(around 3,000–5,000 miles). the manufacturer recommends that the vehicle be fueled with premium-grade Therefore, those vehicles are not tested, gasoline, and a "PR" indicates that the and fuel economy labels are not posted onSo, please remember that the EPA ratings manufacturer requires premium. The their windows.are a useful tool for comparing vehicles higher price of premium fuel is reflected inwhen car buying, but they may not the annual fuel cost for these vehicles. Also, for some vehicles, fuel economyaccurately predict the MPG you will get.This is also true for annual fuel cost information is not available in time to beestimates. For more information on fuel The most fuel-efficient vehicles in each printed in the Guide. However, you can findeconomy ratings and factors that affect fuel class and alternative fuel vehicles are more up-to-date information ateconomy, visit www.fueleconomy.gov indicated with special markings (see www.fueleconomy.gov.
2 WWW.FUELECONOMY.GOVVEHICLE CLASSES USED IN THIS GUIDE CARS TRUCKS Passenger and Cargo Gross Vehicle CLASS Volume (cu. ft.) CLASS Weight Rating* (pounds) TWO SEATERS PICKUP TRUCKS SEDANS Small Under 6,000 Minicompact Under 85 Standard 6,000 to 8,500 Subcompact 85 to 99 VANS Compact 100 to 109 Passenger Under 10,000 Midsize 110 to 119 Cargo Under 8,500 Large 120 or more MINIVANS Under 8,500 STATION WAGONS SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES Under 10,000 Small Under 130 SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES Under 8,500 Midsize 130 to 159 Large 160 or more *Gross vehicle weight rating = vehicle weight plus carrying capacityTAX INCENTIVES AND accurate fuel cost information for your economy. The difference between 25 vehicle. miles per gallon and 20 miles per gallonDISINCENTIVES can prevent the emission of 10 tons of CO2 over a vehicle’s lifetime, more than a year’sFederal Tax Credits Reduce Oil Dependence worth of use.You may be eligible for a federal income Coststax credit of up to $7,500 if you purchase a Buying a more fuel-efficient vehicle canqualifying electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle help reduce our dependence on petroleum.in 2011–2012. About half of the oil used to produce the gasoline you put in your tank is imported.Visit www.fueleconomy.gov for more The United States uses about 19 millioninformation on qualifying models, credit barrels of oil per day, two-thirds of which isamounts, and phase-out dates. used for transportation. Petroleum imports cost us about $269 billion a year—that’sGas Guzzler Tax money that could be used to fuel our ownThe Energy Tax Act of 1978 requires auto economy.companies to pay a"gas guzzler" tax on thesale of cars with exceptionally low fuel You can also reduce your contribution toeconomy. Such vehicles are identified in Reduce Climate Change climate change bythe Guide by the word "Tax" in the "Notes" Climate change is widely viewed as thecolumn. In the dealer showroom, the • Getting the best fuel economy out of most significant long-term threat to thewords "Gas Guzzler" and the tax amount your car global environment, and human-madeare listed on the vehicle’s fuel economy emissions of greenhouse gases are very • Using a low-carbon fuel, such aslabel. The tax does not apply to light likely the cause of most of the observed compressed natural gas (CNG) ortrucks. global warming over the last 50 years. electricity from a renewable resource such as wind or hydropowerWHY CONSIDER FUEL Burning fossil fuels such as gasoline andECONOMY? diesel releases carbon dioxide (CO2) and • Walking, biking, or taking public transit other greenhouse gases (GHGs) into the more often atmosphere, contributing to global climate New fuel economy and CO2 tailpipeSave Money change. CO2 is the most important human- emissions standards go into effect starting made GHG, and highway vehicles accountYou could save as much as $1,700 in fuel with model year 2012 vehicles. for 28% (1.5 billion tons) of U.S. CO2costs each year by choosing the most fuel- emissions each year.efficient vehicle in a particular class. This FUELING OPTIONScan add up to thousands of dollars over a Every gallon of gasoline your vehicle burnsvehicle’s lifetime. Fuel-efficient models puts about 20 pounds of CO2 into the Ethanol Blends – E85 & E10come in all shapes and sizes, so you need atmosphere; the average vehicle emits Ethanol is an alcohol fuel made bynot sacrifice utility or size. around 6 to 9 tons of CO2 each year. fermenting and distilling starch crops, such Unlike other forms of vehicle pollution, CO2 as corn. It may also be made fromEach vehicle listing in the Fuel Economy emissions cannot be reduced by pollution "cellulosic biomass" such as trees andGuide provides an estimated annual fuel control technologies. They can only be grasses in the near future. The use ofcost (see page i). The online guide at reduced by burning less fuel or by burning ethanol can reduce U.S. dependence onwww.fueleconomy.gov features an fuel that contains less carbon. petroleum and reduce greenhouse gases.annual fuel cost calculator that allows youto insert your local gasoline prices and One of the most important things you cantypical driving conditions (percentage of do to reduce your contribution to climatecity and highway driving) to obtain the most change is to buy a vehicle with better fuel
WWW.FUELECONOMY.GOV 3 E10 or "gasohol" is a blend of 10% ethanol MPG due to ethanol’s lower energy and 90% gasoline sold in many parts of the content. Use of biodiesel blends may reduce fuel country. All auto manufacturers approve economy slightly, with a drop of less than the use of blends of 10% ethanol or less in Biodiesel 1% for B5. their gasoline vehicles. Biodiesel is a commercially available diesel Purchase commercial-grade biodiesel -replacement fuel manufactured from from a reputable dealer. Never refuel E85, a blend of 85% ethanol and 15% vegetable oils or animal fats. It produces with recycled grease or vegetable oil gasoline, can be used in flexible fuel fewer greenhouse gases than petroleum that has not been converted to vehicles (FFVs), which are specially diesel and, since it is made domestically biodiesel. It will damage your engine. designed to run on gasoline, E85, or any from renewable resources, increases national energy security. More than 600 stations currently sell B20. mixture of the two. FFVs are offered by Visit http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/ several vehicle manufacturers. To Biodiesel can be blended at any ratio with locator/stations/ for locations of service determine if your vehicle is an FFV, check petroleum diesel, but it is most commonly stations selling biodiesel. the inside of your car’s fuel filler door for an sold at ratios of 2%, 5%, or 20%, denoted identification sticker or consult your as B2, B5, and B20. The vehicle Premium- vs. Regular-Grade owner’s manual. More than 2,400 filling manufacturers that produce the diesels stations in the United States currently sell Gasoline listed in the Fuel Economy Guide currently E85. Visit http://www.afdc.energy.gov/ approve the use of biodiesel blends of up Regular unleaded is the recommended afdc/locator/stations/ for locations near to 5% (B5) in their vehicles and state that gasoline for most cars. Using a higher- you. vehicle damage caused by using higher octane gasoline than recommended by the blends will not be covered under the owner’s manual does not improve There is no noticeable difference in vehicle manufacturer’s warranty. Check your performance or fuel efficiency; it only costs performance when low-level ethanol blends owner’s manual or with your vehicle more money. Check your owner’s manual are used. However, FFVs operating on manufacturer to determine the right blend to determine the lowest grade of fuel you E85 usually experience a 25–30% drop in for your vehicle. can use. FUEL ECONOMY AND ANNUAL FUEL COST RANGES FOR VEHICLE CLASSES The graph below provides the fuel economy and annual fuel cost ranges for the vehicles in each class so you can see where a given vehicles fuel economy and cost fall within its class. Combined city and highway MPG estimates are used; these assume you will drive 55% in the city and 45% on the highway. Annual fuel costs assume you travel 15,000 miles each year and fuel costs $3.75/gallon for regular unleaded gasoline, $4.02/gallon for premium, $4.00 for diesel,and $.12/kWh for electricity. Visit www.fueleconomy.gov to calculate annual fuel cost for a specific vehicle based on your own driving conditions and per-gallon fuel costs. Two Seater Cars 10 ($6,050) 37 ($1,500) Minicompact Cars 13 ($4,650) 37 ($1,500) Subcompact Cars 14 ($4,300) 33 ($1,700) 73 ($850) 112 ($550) Compact Cars 14 ($4,300) 50 ($1,050) 112 ($576)* Midsize Cars 13 ($4,650) 50 ($1,150) 99 ($600)* Large Cars 12 ($5,000) 28 ($2,000) Small Station Wagons 14 ($4,300) 34 ($1,750) Midsize Station Wagons 18 ($3,350) 42 ($1,350) Cars Minivans 19 ($2,950) 24 ($2,350) Trucks Passenger Vans 11 ($5,100) 14 ($4,000) Cargo Vans 11 ($5,100) 17 ($3,300) Sport Utility Vehicles 12 ($4,700) 32 ($1,750) Small Pickup Trucks 16 ($3,500) 22 ($2,550) Standard Pickup Trucks 13 ($4,350) 21 ($2,700) Special Purpose Vehicles 13 ($3,750) 24 ($2,350) 62 ($950)* 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 MPG (Annual Fuel Cost) Fuel economy estimates on this chart do not include vehicles operating on compressed natural gas (CNG), electricity, or E85.* Represents electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids. Fuel economy values for these vehicles are in miles per gallon gasoline equivalent (MPGe).
4 WWW.FUELECONOMY.GOVMODEL YEAR 2012 FUEL ECONOMY LEADERSListed below are vehicles with the highest fuel economy in the most popular classes. In vehicle classes where the most fuel efficientvehicle is a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) or electric (EV), a conventional or regular hybrid vehicle is also listed. Rankings are based oncombined city and highway fuel economy estimates which assume 55% city driving and 45% highway driving. Please note that manyvehicle models come in a range of engine sizes and trim lines, resulting in different fuel economy values. If there is only one vehicle inthe class, we do not list a fuel economy leader. Trans Trans Eng Size / MPG Eng Size / MPG Type/ Type/ Cylinders Combined Cylinders Combined Speeds Speeds Silverado 15 Hybrid 2WD AV 6.0/8 21 TWO-SEATER CARSHONDA Silverado 15 Hybrid 4WD AV 6.0/8 21CR-Z AV-S7 1.5/4 37 GMC MINICOMPACT CARS Sierra 15 Hybrid 2WD AV 6.0/8 21 SCION Sierra 15 Hybrid 4WD AV 6.0/8 21iQ AV 1.3/4 37 VANS, CARGO SUBCOMPACT CARS CHEVROLET MITSUBISHI Express 1500 2WD Cargo A-4 4.3/6 17i-MiEV (EV)† A-1 NA 112 GMCFORD Savana 1500 2WD (cargo) A-4 4.3/6 17Fiesta FWD M-5 1.6/4 33 VANS, PASSENGER AM-6 1.6/4 33 CHEVROLETFiesta SFE FWD AM-6 1.6/4 33 Express 1500 2WD Passenger A-4 5.3/8 14‡ COMPACT CARS Express 1500 AWD Passenger A-4 5.3/8 14‡FORD FORDFocus BEV FWD (EV)† AV NA 105 E150 Wagon FFV A-4 4.6/8 14‡TOYOTA GMCPrius c AV 1.5/4 50 Savana 1500 2WD (Passenger) A-4 5.3/8 14‡ MIDSIZE CARS Savana 1500 AWD (Passenger) A-4 5.3/8 14‡NISSAN MINIVANSLeaf (EV)† A-1 NA 99 MAZDATOYOTA 5 M-6 2.5/4 24Prius AV 1.8/4 50 A-S5 2.5/4 24 LARGE CARS SPORT UTILITY VEHICLESHYUNDAI FORDSonata M-6 2.4/4 28 Escape Hybrid FWD AV 2.5/4 32 A-6 2.4/4 28 SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE SMALL STATION WAGONS AZURE DYNAMICSAUDI Transit Connect Electric Van (EV)† A-1 NA 62A3 (diesel) A-S6 2.0/4 34 Transit Connect Electric Wagon (EV)† A-1 NA 62 VOLKSWAGEN FORDJetta SportWagen (diesel) M-6 2.0/4 34 Transit Connect Wagon FWD A-4 2.0/4 24 MIDSIZE STATION WAGONSTOYOTAPrius v AV 1.8/4 42 SMALL PICKUP TRUCKSTOYOTATacoma 2WD M-5 2.7/4 22 STANDARD PICKUP TRUCKSCHEVROLET* This vehicle is a plug-in hybrid, which runs on both gasoline and electricity. Since electricity is not measured in gallons, a conversion factor is used to translate the fuel economy when running on electricity into miles per gallon of gasoline equivalent (MPGe). The combined MPGe estimate includes a mix of gasoline and electric energy use.† This is an all-electric vehicle. Since electricity is not measured in gallons, a conversion factor is used to translate the fuel economy into miles per gallon of gasoline equivalent (MPGe).‡ When operated on gasoline.
WWW.FUELECONOMY.GOV 52012 MODEL YEAR VEHICLESThis section contains the fuel economy values for 2012 model year vehicles. Additional information for alternative fuel vehicles can befound on pages 26–36. Alternative fuel vehicles are highlighted with a medium blue background, and those that can use two kinds offuel, such as flexible fuel vehicles, have an entry for each fuel type. The most fuel-efficient vehicles in each class are listed in blueboldface type and marked with a blue pointer ( ). Manufacturer Manufacturer Model MPG Annual Model MPG Annual Configuration Fuel Configuration Fuel City/Hwy Comb City/Hwy Comb (trans, eng size, cyl) Cost Notes (trans, eng size, cyl) Cost Notes TWO SEATERS CHEVROLETASTON MARTIN Corvette A-S6, 6.2L, 8cyl 15/25 18 $3,150V8 Vantage AM-6, 4.7L, 8cyl 14/20 16 $3,750 P Tax M-6, 6.2L, 8cyl 16/26 19 $2,950 AM-7, 4.7L, 8cyl 14/21 16 $3,750 P Tax M-6, 6.2L, 8cyl 14/21 17 $3,550 P S Tax M-6, 4.7L, 8cyl 13/19 15 $4,000 P Tax M-6, 7.0L, 8cyl 15/24 18 $3,350 PV8 Vantage S FERRARI AM-7, 4.7L, 8cyl 14/21 16 $3,750 P Tax 458 Italia CoupeAUDI AM-7, 4.5L, 8cyl 12/17 14 $4,300 P TaxR8 AM-7, 4.5L, 8cyl 12/18 14 $4,300 P Tax SS AM-6, 4.2L, 8cyl 13/21 16 $3,750 P Tax 458 Italia Spider M-6, 4.2L, 8cyl 11/20 14 $4,300 P Tax AM-7, 4.5L, 8cyl 12/17 14 $4,300 P Tax AM-6, 5.2L, 10cyl 13/19 15 $4,000 P Tax AM-7, 4.5L, 8cyl 12/18 14 $4,300 P Tax SS M-6, 5.2L, 10cyl 12/19 14 $4,300 P Tax CaliforniaR8 Spyder AM-7, 4.3L, 8cyl 13/19 15 $4,000 P Tax AM-6, 4.2L, 8cyl 13/21 16 $3,750 P Tax AM-7, 4.3L, 8cyl 13/19 15 $4,000 P Tax SS M-6, 4.2L, 8cyl 11/20 14 $4,300 P Tax HONDA AM-6, 5.2L, 10cyl 13/19 15 $4,000 P Tax CR-Z M-6, 5.2L, 10cyl 12/19 14 $4,300 P Tax AV-S7, 1.5L, 4cyl 35/39 37 $1,500 HEVTT Roadster quattro M-6, 1.5L, 4cyl 31/37 34 $1,650 HEV A-S6, 2.0L, 4cyl 23/31 26 $2,300 PT LAMBORGHINIBENTLEY Aventador CoupeContinental Supersports A-S7, 6.5L, 12cyl 11/17 13 $4,650 P Tax A-S6, 6.0L, 12cyl 12/19 14 $4,300 P T Tax Gallardo Coupe 8/14 10 $4,700 E85 AM-6, 5.2L, 10cyl 13/20 16 $3,750 P TaxBMW M-6, 5.2L, 10cyl 12/20 15 $4,000 P TaxZ4 sDrive28i Gallardo Spyder A-8, 2.0L, 4cyl 24/33 27 $2,250 PT AM-6, 5.2L, 10cyl 13/20 16 $3,750 P Tax M-6, 2.0L, 4cyl 23/34 27 $2,250 PT M-6, 5.2L, 10cyl 12/20 14 $4,300 P TaxZ4 sDrive35i LEXUS A-S7, 3.0L, 6cyl 17/24 19 $3,150 PT LFA M-6, 3.0L, 6cyl 19/26 21 $2,850 PT A-S6, 4.8L, 10cyl 11/16 12 $5,000 P TaxZ4 sDrive35is MAZDA A-S7, 3.0L, 6cyl 17/24 19 $3,150 PT MX-5BUGATTI A-S6, 2.0L, 4cyl 21/28 23 $2,600 PVeyron M-5, 2.0L, 4cyl 22/28 25 $2,400 P A-S7, 8.0L, 16cyl 8/15 10 $6,050 P T Tax M-6, 2.0L, 4cyl 21/28 24 $2,500 P ABBREVIATIONS: Di................... Direct Injection MPG............. Miles per Gallon Highest MPG in Class ................... E85................ 85% Ethanol/15% Gasoline NA................. Not Available at Press Time 2WD............... Two-Wheel Drive Elec................ ELectricity Ni-MH............ Nickel-Metal Hydride 4WD.............. Four-Wheel Drive Eng Size......... Engine Volume in Liters ORP.............. Off-Road Package A.................... Automatic Transmission EV................ Electric Vehicle P................... Premium Gasoline Recommended A-S................. Automatic Transmission-Select Shift FFV................ Flexible Fuel Vehicle Phev.............. Plug-in Hybrid AM................. Automated Manual FWD............... Front-Wheel Drive PR................. Premium Gasoline Required AV................. Continuously Variable Transmission Gas................ Regular Gasoline PT4WD............... Part-time 4WD AV-S.............. Continuously Variable Transmision with HEV............... Hybrid-Electric Vehicle S.................... Supercharger ..................... Select Shift HP.................. Horsepower SIDI................. park Ignition Direct Injection S AWD.............. All-Wheel Drive Hwy................ MPG on Highway Test Procedure SS................. Stop-Start Option City................ MPG on City Test Procedure Li-Ion.............. Lithium Ion ST................. Sport Transmission CNG.............. Compressed Natural Gas LWB............... Long Wheel Base T.................... Turbocharger Comb..............Combined M....................Manual Transmission Tax................ Subject to Gas Guzzler Tax Convsn... ....... Conversion Mid................ Midgrade Gasoline Trans............. Transmission D.................... Diesel Mode.................Multi Mode Transmission VCM.............. Variable Cylinder Management
6 WWW.FUELECONOMY.GOV Manufacturer Manufacturer Model MPG Annual Model MPG Annual Configuration Fuel Configuration Fuel City/Hwy Comb City/Hwy Comb (trans, eng size, cyl) Cost Notes (trans, eng size, cyl) Cost NotesMCLAREN AUTOMOTIVE CaymanMP4-12C Coupe A-7, 2.9L, 6cyl 20/29 24 $2,500 P A-7, 3.8L, 8cyl 15/22 18 $3,350 PT M-6, 2.9L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 PMERCEDES-BENZ Cayman R A-7, 3.4L, 6cyl 20/29 23 $2,600 PSL550 A-7, 5.5L, 8cyl 14/22 17 $3,550 P Tax M-6, 3.4L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 PSL63 AMG Cayman S A-7, 6.2L, 8cyl 12/19 14 $4,300 P Tax A-7, 3.4L, 6cyl 20/29 23 $2,600 PSLK250 M-6, 3.4L, 6cyl 19/26 22 $2,750 P A-7, 1.8L, 4cyl 23/33 26 $2,300 PT SMART M-6, 1.8L, 4cyl 22/32 26 $2,300 PT fortwo cabrioletSLK350 AM5, 1.0L, 3cyl 34/38 36 $1,700 P A-7, 3.5L, 6cyl 20/29 23 $2,600 P fortwo coupeSLK55 AMG AM5, 1.0L, 3cyl 34/38 36 $1,700 P A-7, 5.5L, 8cyl 19/28 22 $2,750 PSLS AMG MINICOMPACT CARS AM-7, 6.2L, 8cyl 14/20 16 $3,750 P Tax ASTON MARTINSLS AMG Roadster DB9 AM-7, 6.2L, 8cyl 14/20 16 $3,750 P Tax A-S6, 5.9L, 12cyl 13/20 15 $4,000 P TaxMINI M-6, 5.9L, 12cyl 11/17 13 $4,650 P TaxCooper Coupe DBS A-S6, 1.6L, 4cyl 28/36 31 $1,950 P A-S6, 5.9L, 12cyl 12/18 14 $4,300 P Tax M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 29/37 32 $1,900 P M-6, 5.9L, 12cyl 11/17 13 $4,650 P TaxCooper Roadster Virage A-S6, 1.6L, 4cyl 27/35 30 $2,000 P A-S6, 5.9L, 12cyl 13/18 15 $4,000 P Tax M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 27/35 30 $2,000 P FIATCooper S Coupe 500 A-S6, 1.6L, 4cyl 26/34 29 $2,100 PT A-6, 1.4L, 4cyl 27/34 30 $2,000 P M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 27/35 30 $2,000 PT M-5, 1.4L, 4cyl 30/38 33 $1,850 PCooper S Roadster 500 Abarth A-S6, 1.6L, 4cyl 26/34 29 $2,100 PT M-5, 1.4L, 4cyl 28/34 31 $1,950 PT M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 27/35 30 $2,000 PT 500 CabrioJohn Cooper Works Coupe A-6, 1.4L, 4cyl 27/32 29 $2,100 P M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 25/33 28 $2,150 PT JAGUARJohn Cooper Works Roadster XK M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 25/33 28 $2,150 PT A-S6, 5.0L, 8cyl 16/24 19 $3,150 PNISSAN A-S6, 5.0L, 8cyl 15/22 17 $3,550 PS370Z XK Convertible A-S7, 3.7L, 6cyl 19/26 22 $2,750 P A-S6, 5.0L, 8cyl 16/22 18 $3,350 P M-6, 3.7L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P A-S6, 5.0L, 8cyl 15/22 17 $3,550 PS370Z Roadster LOTUS A-S7, 3.7L, 6cyl 18/25 21 $2,850 P Evora M-6, 3.7L, 6cyl 18/25 20 $3,000 P A-S6, 3.5L, 6cyl 20/28 23 $2,600 PPORSCHE A-S6, 3.5L, 6cyl 19/28 22 $2,750 PS911 Speedster M-6, 3.5L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 19/27 21 $2,850 P M-6, 3.5L, 6cyl 17/26 20 $3,000 PSBoxster MINI A-7, 2.9L, 6cyl 20/29 24 $2,500 P Cooper M-6, 2.9L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 P A-S6, 1.6L, 4cyl 28/36 31 $1,950 PBoxster S M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 29/37 32 $1,900 P A-7, 3.4L, 6cyl 20/29 23 $2,600 P Cooper Convertible M-6, 3.4L, 6cyl 19/26 22 $2,750 P A-S6, 1.6L, 4cyl 27/35 30 $2,000 PBoxster Spyder M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 27/35 30 $2,000 P A-7, 3.4L, 6cyl 20/29 23 $2,600 P Cooper S M-6, 3.4L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 P A-S6, 1.6L, 4cyl 26/34 29 $2,100 PT M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 27/35 30 $2,000 PT
WWW.FUELECONOMY.GOV 7 Manufacturer Manufacturer Model MPG Annual Model MPG Annual Configuration Fuel Configuration Fuel City/Hwy Comb City/Hwy Comb (trans, eng size, cyl) Cost Notes (trans, eng size, cyl) Cost NotesCooper S Convertible 911 Turbo Coupe A-S6, 1.6L, 4cyl 26/34 29 $2,100 PT A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 17/25 19 $3,150 PT M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 27/35 30 $2,000 PT M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 16/24 19 $3,150 PTJohn Cooper Works 911 Turbo S Cabriolet M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 25/33 28 $2,150 PT A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 16/24 19 $3,150 PTJohn Cooper Works Convertible 911 Turbo S Coupe M-6, 1.6L, 4cyl 25/33 28 $2,150 PT A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 17/25 19 $3,150 PTMITSUBISHI New 911 CarreraEclipse Spyder A-S7, 3.4L, 6cyl 20/28 23 $2,600 P A-S4, 2.4L, 4cyl 20/27 23 $2,450 M-7, 3.4L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 P A-S5, 3.8L, 6cyl 16/24 19 $3,150 P New 911 Carrera Cabriolet A-S7, 3.4L, 6cyl 20/28 23 $2,600 PPORSCHE M-7, 3.4L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 P911 C4 GTS New 911 Carrera S A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P A-S7, 3.8L, 6cyl 20/27 22 $2,750 P M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/25 21 $2,850 P M-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 P911 C4 GTS Cabriolet New 911 Carrera S Cabriolet A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/27 21 $2,850 P A-S7, 3.8L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 P M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 17/25 20 $3,000 P M-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 P911 Carrera A-7, 3.6L, 6cyl 19/27 22 $2,750 P SCION M-6, 3.6L, 6cyl 18/25 21 $2,850 P iQ911 Carrera 4 AV, 1.3L, 4cyl 36/37 37 $1,500 A-7, 3.6L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P SUBCOMPACT CARS M-6, 3.6L, 6cyl 18/24 21 $2,850 P911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet ASTON MARTIN A-7, 3.6L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P Rapide M-6, 3.6L, 6cyl 18/25 21 $2,850 P A-S6, 5.9L, 12cyl 13/19 15 $4,000 P Tax911 Carrera 4 Targa AUDI A-7, 3.6L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P A5 Cabriolet M-6, 3.6L, 6cyl 18/25 21 $2,850 P AV, 2.0L, 4cyl 22/30 25 $2,400 PT911 Carrera 4S A5 Cabriolet quattro A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P A-S8, 2.0L, 4cyl 21/29 24 $2,500 PT M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/25 21 $2,850 P A5 quattro911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet A-S8, 2.0L, 4cyl 21/29 24 $2,500 PT A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/27 21 $2,850 P M-6, 2.0L, 4cyl 21/31 25 $2,400 PT M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 17/25 20 $3,000 P S5911 Carrera 4S Targa A-S6, 4.2L, 8cyl 16/24 19 $3,150 P A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/27 21 $2,850 P M-6, 4.2L, 8cyl 14/22 17 $3,550 P Tax M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 17/25 20 $3,000 P S5 Cabriolet911 Carrera Cabriolet A-S7, 3.0L, 6cyl 17/26 20 $3,000 PS A-7, 3.6L, 6cyl 19/27 21 $2,850 P TT Coupe quattro M-6, 3.6L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P A-S6, 2.0L, 4cyl 23/31 26 $2,300 PT911 Carrera S TT RS Coupe A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 19/26 22 $2,750 P M-6, 2.5L, 5cyl 18/25 20 $3,000 PT M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/25 21 $2,850 P BENTLEY911 Carrera S Cabriolet Continental GTC A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 19/27 21 $2,850 P A-S6, 6.0L, 12cyl 11/19 14 $4,300 P T Tax M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P 8/13 10 $4,700 E85911 GTS Continental Supersports Convertible A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 19/26 22 $2,750 P A-S6, 6.0L, 12cyl 12/19 14 $4,300 P T Tax M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/25 21 $2,850 P 8/14 10 $4,700 E85911 GTS Cabriolet BMW A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 19/27 21 $2,850 P 128ci Convertible M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 18/26 21 $2,850 P A-S6, 3.0L, 6cyl 18/27 21 $2,850 P911 Turbo Cabriolet M-6, 3.0L, 6cyl 18/28 22 $2,750 P A-7, 3.8L, 6cyl 16/24 19 $3,150 PT 128i M-6, 3.8L, 6cyl 16/24 19 $3,150 PT A-S6, 3.0L, 6cyl 18/28 21 $2,850 P M-6, 3.0L, 6cyl 18/28 22 $2,750 P