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Top 10 Most Fuel-Efficient Sedans for 2011 Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited September 2014 in General

imageTop 10 Most Fuel-Efficient Sedans for 2011

Gas prices aren't getting any lower. These 10 sedans are your best bet for frugality at the pump.

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  • r_l_r_r_l_r_ Member Posts: 1
    I own one of the fuel efficient sedans listed, the Hyundai Sonata hybrid. I am very pleased with the car so far. I have gotten 40.8 mpg (2580 miles using 63.23 gallons of gas) in mixed driving that is about 90% city and 10% highway. It takes a little time to learn how to maximize mileage via prudent acceleration. I fing that the driving experience is very intuitive and that the car's shifting, braking and steering become natural and pleasing to experience. I have not noted any tendency to pull to the left or to any side. The passenger seat does seem low, but not terribly so. The keyless ignitiion system is fun to use and makes sense.
    Overall, I really like this car.
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