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Top Vehicles MPG (US)
Gasoline cars, last 90 days...
1.2000 Chevrolet Metro 61.98
2.2017 Honda Civic Lx51.16
3.2016 Nissan Versa SV Sedan50.9
4.2015 Mitsubishi Space Star Invite49.75
5.2005 honda civic lx48.17
6.2020 Toyota Corolla LE47.06
7.1997 Honda Civic DX46.89
8.1990 Honda Civic DX45.62
9.2015 Ford Focus Ecoboost 1.044.71
10.2009 Honda Fit Sport44.06
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Highest MPG for a non-hybrid: Mitsubishi Mirage
Best non-hybrid MPG: 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage?
Mitsubishi says its new Mirage subcompact will get the best MPG of any non-hybrid: 44 mpg (US) highway, 37 city.(Some drivers are already beating that in various economy driving contests.)How?An efficient 1.2L, 3-cylinder engine, very light weight and aerodynamic design.
 
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Welcome to EcoModder.com, an automotive community where performance is judged by fuel economy rather than power and speed. EcoModders employ a combination of vehicle mods, driving techniques, and common sense to squeeze every penny out of the pumps. Reasons for becoming a member range from the economical to the ecological. More info about where EcoModding came from.
 
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Efficient, cheap beaters! Used car ads: 35 mpg highway or more for $1500 or lessEfficient, cheap beaters! Used car ads: 35 mpg highway or more for $1500 or less

People often sign up on the forum seeking advice on cheap, economical beaters. The purpose of this thread is to go beyond the hypothetical, and post actual ads of actual available cars.They're out there, people.(Our non-North American members should feel free to laugh at our concept of 'efficient' little cars.)

Started by MetroMPG in forum: For Sale - 908 replies

Aerocivic - how to drop your Cd from 0.31 to 0.17

The first of its kind, the Aerocivic.This car has been pumping out hybrid smashing mileage for years now.VERY impressive build.

Started by basjoos in forum: Aerodynamics - 729 replies
Aerocivic - how to drop your Cd from 0.31 to 0.17

WhatWhat's your best motorcycle MPG?

Lots of EcoModder members own motorcycles for commuting, for play or to as primary vehicles.In this long thread, owners chime in with their best numbers: what (and how) they were riding to achieve great MPG.

Started by MetroMPG in forum: Motorcycles / Scooters - 407 replies

Notable eco-cars (old & new) spotted in the wild: post your pics!

Check out interesting and rare eco-cars that people have stumbled across, and share findings of your own!

Started by MetroMPG in forum: General Efficiency Discussion - 1301 replies
Notable eco-cars (old & new) spotted in the wild: post your pics!

How to properly test modifications (AKA: donHow to properly test modifications (AKA: don't believe every MPG claim you read)

Here on EcoModder we see a lot of claims made about the effectiveness (or lack of effectiveness) of specific modifications. It's an understatement to say not all claims are made equal.It all depends on how rigorous the test is.

Started by MetroMPG in forum: EcoModding Central - 118 replies

You know you're an ecomodder if/when...

One of the more popular threads on EcoModder, this is a lighthearted and tongue-in-cheek look at the many potential signs and symptoms that you may be more interested in fuel economy than the average person...

Started by Tango Charlie in forum: The Lounge - 2386 replies
You know you

Speed vs. MPG charts (post Speed vs. MPG charts (post 'em if you got 'em)

The speed at which you choose to drive has the biggest impact on your highway fuel consumption.This fact is nicely demonstrated by this collection of graphs showing the relationship of MPH to MPG in a variety of vehicles, from a 55 hp Geo Metro to a 505 hp Corvette, and many others in between.

Started by bluejoey in forum: Hypermiling / EcoDriver's Ed - 181 replies

A better alternator delete


Started by Daox in forum: EcoModding Central - 140 replies
A better alternator delete

Review: driving a $9998 2015 Nissan Micra (NissanReview: driving a $9998 2015 Nissan Micra (Nissan's most efficient manual in Can/US.)

MetroMPG gets a Nissan Micra to review for a week.

Started by MetroMPG in forum: General Efficiency Discussion - 84 replies

3rd gen Prius aeromod thread

Vman455 buys a 3rd gen Prius, and in typical ecomodder fashion doesn't take long to start modding it.Check out what he has done.

Started by Vman455 in forum: Aerodynamics - 275 replies
3rd gen Prius aeromod thread

Paul & SabrinaPaul & Sabrina's cheap DIY 144v motor controller

A thread and project of epic proportions where Paul designs a DIY 144V DC electric motor controller.

Started by MPaulHolmes in forum: Open ReVolt: open source DC motor controller - 7326 replies

VW Lupo 3L --> 2L

Vekke has taken one of the world's most efficient cars and is modifying it extensively for even better results."Best fuel consumption so far is 2.24 L/100km at 80 km/h average speed, which equals 105 MPG (US) at 50 MPH avg. speed."

Started by Vekke in forum: EcoModding Central - 387 replies
VW Lupo 3L --> 2L

Another truck aero cap idea...Another truck aero cap idea...

Follow the evolution of BamZipPow's aerodynamic cap for his 1998 Toyota T-100 pickup.

Started by BamZipPow in forum: Aerodynamics - 392 replies

Commercially produced aerodynamic pickup bed cap

Brett Herndon is a genuine craftsman who has combined his skill in clay modeling with his knowledge of aerodynamics to produce a professional quality aerodynamic truck cap which will literally pay for itself in gas savings. It's unlike anything you've seen before: it can be used as a big hatchback, transformed into a conventional box cap, or have its top removed to make room for oversize loads. Brett is taking his handiwork into commercial production, and is a success story waiting to happen.

Started by MetroMPG in forum: Aerodynamics - 545 replies
Commercially produced aerodynamic pickup bed cap

Boat tail project based on a single wheel trailer...Boat tail project based on a single wheel trailer...

BamZipPow's epic customization & refinement of a single-wheel, drag-reducing trailer used on his already extensively aero-modified 1998 Toyota T-100 pickup."Mileage is averaging around 27mpg with the trailer," he says, which he estimates is about a 2 MPG improvement.

Started by BamZipPow in forum: Aerodynamics - 1081 replies

94 Caprice Wagon 5.7L project--46 MPG so far

A huge boat of a vehicle modded to get some crazy good mileage.

Started by funkhoss in forum: EcoModding Central - 94 replies
94 Caprice Wagon 5.7L project--46 MPG so far

Buy a trailer (instead of a pickup truck)Buy a trailer (instead of a pickup truck)

This is a thread for anyone thinking about getting a pickup truck as a first or second vehicle when adding a trailer to your car would do instead (and save you lots of fuel & money).

Started by oil pan 4 in forum: General Efficiency Discussion - 982 replies

1st Gen Toyota Tundra Aeroshell Build

Macskyver chronicles the building of his beautiful wooden aeroshell for his Toyota Tundra.

Started by Macskyver in forum: Aerodynamics - 197 replies
1st Gen Toyota Tundra Aeroshell Build

1946 Chevy Prius Truck1946 Chevy Prius Truck

Watch how member Hoopie is integrating a 2001 Prius platform & drivetrain into a 1946 Chevy Truck, with the goal of making the changes invisible to the casual observer.

Started by Hoopie in forum: Hybrids - 283 replies

Manual vs. automatic transmission MPG showdown: Nissan Micra 1.6L

The Micra's official ratings are almost the same for the automatic and manual transmission.Yet the 5-speed can be much more efficient in the real world using just one simple ecodriving technique.Again we see the EPA handicaps manual transmission cars due to dictated, non-eco shift points during testing.

Started by MetroMPG in forum: Hypermiling / EcoDriver's Ed - 65 replies
Manual vs. automatic transmission MPG showdown: Nissan Micra 1.6L


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