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With a highway rating of 27 mpg, the 2017 Challenger GT is an all-wheel drive muscle car that delivers good fuel economy too. Even hooning in the wild and throwing up dust with abandon, we managed to average 21 mpg in a week with the muscular Challenger GT. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
The 2017 VW Beetle combines everyday driving pleasure with a versatile build and high safety marks. It’s both fun and cheap to buy, making it a good contender in the “retro coupe” market it competes within. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
With Toyota products, the hybrid option is almost always the better one. That’s definitely true with the Camry midsize sedan, which is much better to drive and has far superior fuel economy with the hybrid drivetrain. The Camry Hybrid is largely unchanged for 2017. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
The Nissan Rogue is the best-selling compact crossover in the world and there’s a lot of good reason for that. Some of it is thanks to the Rogue’s all-around family-hauling excellence and small packaging. There are, however, some flaws with the Rogue that may be addressed through its competitors. Read the review on FutureCars.com.
The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime is the plug-in hybrid version of the Prius line, adding the ability to plug the car into a wall outlet for charging and a longer electric-only range to go with that. Efficiency is very high in the Prime, but ride quality and the car’s overall demeanor suffer. Read the review…
With the Scion name gone, the iA model moves to the Toyota line for 2017 as the Yaris iA. But the fun continues as the car remains largely unchanged.. Except for packages. Which are hilarious. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
The roomy, fuel-efficient Sentra just got better with a turbocharged sport-centric edition called the 2017 Nissan Sentra SR Turbo. It’s fun, low-cost, and still a good daily driver, but there are downsides to it. Read more at FutureCars.com.