Most Fuel-Efficient Cars in 2011 List: Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf

 

By Posted 2 Mar 2011, 10:41

Are you searching for a new car which will save you money each time you top up on expensive fuel? If that’s the case you’ll be pleased to know that we have a list of the most fuel-efficient cars of 2011, and there’s a lot to choose from.

It’s no surprise to see the 2011 Chevrolet Volt top of the list, as the vehicle has already won numerous awards from recognised auto websites who all state that the Chevrolet Volt is easily one of the most fuel-efficient 2011 cars you can buy right now. Of course the price tag may be an initial downside to the motor, but when you think that the Volt can operate for 35-40 miles on just battery power, it’s going to save you hundreds of dollars a year on your expensive fuel bills.

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Then of course there is the 2011 Nissan Leaf, another electric car which should also be in your candidates list for selecting a fuel-efficient car in 2011. The Daily Green has placed this motor top of their list, while there’s also special praise for the Chevrolet Volt as well. Other motors which have been mentioned include the Toyota Prius and also the 2011 Lexus CT 200h which The Daily Green are calling ‘one of the most fuel-efficient cars of 2011‘.

If you need a second opinion, we’ve also digged out a related article from the Associated Press which lists a few other motors which you may want to consider. Alternatively, you may have a specific model which you think is a good choice for fuel-efficient driving in 2011. Leave us a comment below if you have a recommendation.