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A Closer Look at 5 Fuel-Efficient Cars Sold at Auto Auctions
Investing in a fuel efficient junk car for sale is an option that you should consider for a number
of reasons, especially if you want to do your bit to preserve the environment. Buying a salvage
car helps you save money and also contributes towards efficient resource utilization. To help you
get started with your shopping, this post discusses five fuel efficient cars that often are featured
in salvage title auto auctions. Take a look.
1. 2010 Toyota Prius
2010 Toyota Prius Prius with a combined EPA rating of 50 (52 for city and 48 for highways) is
the most fuel efficient vehicle in this list. The car comes with a 1.8-liter, 134 hp four cylinder
engine. Prius includes a refined engine management system with three driving settings- battery,
eco, and power. The 2010 models also includes a 17-inch wheel and tire option for better
handling. Other noticeable features include the state-of-the-art Advanced Technology Package
with radar cruise control, park-assist system, and pre collision braking system. Prius also
includes solar roof package with a solar panel that powers a ventilating fan to cool the cabin,
which ensures the air conditioning does not have to go into overdrive mode.
2. Honda Civic Hybrid
The Civic Hybrid has a combined EPA rating of 42 (40-city and 45- highways). This car includes
a five speed manual transmission, 1.3 liter, 4 cylinder engine, and comes with a hybrid electric
powertrain. The Hybrid has won several accolades for its performance since its introduction. The
car’s engine was declared the International Engine of the Year in the 1-1.4 litre category three
years in a row (2002-2004). The vehicle also featured in the list of top 10 Greenest Vehicles
compiled by American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy in 2003. Some standard features
of the Hybrid include Climate Control, auto-lock, and map lights.
3. Honda Insight
Honda Insight has an EPA rating of 40 – city and 43- highways. The car includes Honda’s
Integrated Motor Assist hybrid powertrain that increases the acceleration rate for better fuel
utilization. Insight has a roomier interior as compared to its predecessors and also includes
enhanced efficiency air conditioning system, and better aerodynamics for enhanced fuel
efficiency. The car also boasts a multi-information display that provides important vehicle info
on a real time basis.
4. Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Sonata is available in six gas models that deliver respectable fuel-efficiency (25- city
and 38-highway). You can also opt for a Hybrid version that delivers even better numbers (40city and 44-highway). The vehicle is also available in a plug-in Hybrid model that qualifies for
a federal tax rebate. The 2016 model includes a 2.4-liter inline 4 cylinder engine and boast a
range of safety features including driver’s blind spot mirror, Electronic Stability Control, Brake
Assist, and Automatic High Beam Assist.
5. Lexus ES
Lexus ES is available in two models– gas only, and hybrid. ES 350, the gas model, comes with a
3.5-liter V6 engine and gets 21 and 31 mpg in city, and highway respectively. The numbers go
up significantly for the 2.4-liter, inline 4 cylinder engine hybrid version (40-city and 39highway). The car is a certified Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle and boasts useful features such as
Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, and Brake Assist for better handling.
And the List Goes on.…
With improved technology and design elements, the list of fuel efficient cars is expanding with
every passing day. At GreenSalvage, we offer a range of fuel efficient junk cars for sale to meet
your need and budget. To learn more about our salvage title auto auctions or how to participate
and bid on your favorite ride, fill out our contact form or call at +1 (503) 446-1741.
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