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Petrol prices reach record highs: Auto Trader lists the most fuel efficient cars to keep daily running costs down

Prices at fuel pumps have hit record highs across the UK, with the cost-of-living crisis continuing at speed. In response to the eye-watering prices that show no sign of easing, Auto Trader, the UK’s largest marketplace for new and used cars, has provided consumers with a list of vehicles that will help keep their daily running costs down.

Erin Baker, Editorial Director, at Auto Trader, said: “Yesterday, the cost-of-living crisis hit new lows as fuel prices reach record highs. With little to no indication of when they’ll fall its reason enough to look at the fuel efficiency in your current and next car. Electric vehicles are a great option to keep daily running costs down, but the upfront cost of them is still a barrier for many. Therefore, we’ve highlighted some of the most efficient fully hybrid and mild hybrid cars that will help consumers keep those daily running costs down and capitalise on some seriously impressive MPGs.”

Auto Trader’s list of the most fuel-efficient cars:

Make  Model MPG RRPs (as at 23/02)
Renault Clio E-Tech 64.2 £22,655
Vauxhall Astra 1.5 Turbo D 62.8 £23,805
Honda Jazz 62.7 £19,910
Toyota Yaris-Cross 57.6 £23,280
Fiat 500 56.5 £14,005
Ford Fiesta EcoBoost 55.4 £23,482.51
Hyundai i10 1.2 MPi 55.4 £13,420
Mazda 3 e-Skyactiv X 53.3 £28,575
Dacia Sandero 52.3 £11,245
Peugeot 3008 1.2 PureTech 130 48 £28,690


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