Economic trends come and go; stock prices rise and plummet; the cost of gas is constantly changing. Year after year, it’s difficult to predict anything from a financial standpoint, even with a carefully balanced budget. So…what’s one thing that never changes? The consumer’s willingness to save money. Your willingness to save money.
In the spirit of saving, ConsumerReports.org recently produced a study on vehicles with the best and worst fuel economy. The study highlights the top performers in eleven car categories, including subcompact, sporty, midsized, and luxury cars, as well as wagons, hatchbacks, SUVs, minivans, and pickups. The release is perfect for people shopping for a new (or used) car and effective ways to save money.
For the sake of example, let’s look at the Honda Civic Hybrid. It was listed as the most fuel-efficient compact car. Features include responsive handling, quiet interior, backup camera, continuously variable transmission, and, of course, an overall mpg of 40. If you’re looking for an auto loan, purchasing a car like the Civic Hybrid will keep the savings coming–even months down the road.
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