It’s not a hybrid, but the 2011 Ford Fiesta gets an EPA estimated 40 mpg on the highway. It’s a lot cheaper than a hybrid too, at about $14K-$16K for the base models depending if you want the sedan version or the hatchback version. According to TopSpeed.com, the Ford Fiesta is “fun, cheap, and it looks bloody fantastic. With a sticker of $13,995 for the sedan and $15,795 for the hatch, how can one not want this little machine in their lives?”
So if you’re in the market for a small car that gets great gas mileage (40 highway and 29 city), but won’t break the bank, check out the TopSpeed.com review of the 2011 Ford Fiesta.
And here’s US News’ synopsis of 25 different Ford Fiesta reviews, along with links to read the full reviews.