What to do when you need a car that can rack up miles but not your debt ratio?
1) FORD FIESTA...cars that deliver good fuel economy and have features to ensure your sanity on long drives. The first four are tops among Edmunds editors for extra-small sedans . Other choices in the class round out the list in alphabetical order.
2) KIA RIO
3) HYUNDAI ACCENT
4) TOYOTA YARIS
5) CHEVROLET SPARK
6) MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
7) NISSAN VERSA
And they didn't even mention that that they're all tin can deathtraps!
Though they couldn't resist adding the hysterical comment that the Mirage has problems keeping up with normal traffic.
Hey, maybe that makes it safer? It's a feature, not a bug!No non-hybrid budget car can match the Mirage’s 43 mpg on the highway and 39 mpg combined. ... But you’ll be moving slowly as the Mirage’s three-cylinder engine struggles to keep pace with traffic.
Full article: https://www.boston.com/cars/car-guid...-commuter-cars