Top Three Economical Used Cars
If you are looking for your next car, you may be wondering what the most economical choice will be. With growing concerns over emissions and new standards being introduced to the south of the country, it is a good time to consider your vehicle and what your next move should be. Here are our top picks of the most economical used cars to help you out.
The Ford Fiesta is one of the best-selling cars in the UK and has maintained that standard for decades. One of the major factors in this is of course how economical the car is. With an average fuel consumption (on the most economical model) of 78.5MPG you won’t be spending much time in the petrol station. CO2 emissions come in at 95g/KM and real-world results that don’t differ too much from what it says on the tin. The great thing about the Fiesta is that it is still extremely fun to drive so you won’t feel like you’re scrimping on a great car.
As far as small cars go, this one is a great runner. 62.8MPG and CO2 emissions of around 103g/KM, you won’t be disappointed with the real-world performance of this car. It’s the smallest of the bunch so would make a great first car or city car but don’t let the size deceive you. This car has everything you need to get around and makes parking in tight spaces an absolute breeze.
Now, before we dive into this, we will tell you we’re talking about the 2010 – 2016 model! This car is perfect if you want a car that is quirky, eye-catching and easy on the fuel gauge. Returning an average of 56.5MPG, it isn’t the most economical out of the three, but it certainly isn’t a fuel-guzzler. CO2 emissions come in at around 115g/KM, so it isn’t too shabby in that area either!
If you’re looking for a used car in Birmingham, visit us at Smallbone and Son where our team will be able to find the car you’re looking for at the right price. Look online or visit our showroom to see the cars in person.