In 2008, when the price of gasoline broke past $4 a gallon, many drivers started to question the wisdom of owning a large vehicle—especially when most of the time, we travel solo (all too often stuck in traffic). Suddenly, two-seater cars, compacts, and subcompacts started looking like a smart move. Gas prices will continue to go up and down, but the appeal of a growing list of gas-powered, hybrid, and all-electric coupes is here to stay.
|100 MPG||Plug-in Hybrid||$96,000||Now|
|36 MPG||Small Car||$12,500||Now|
|33 MPG||Small Car||$15,500||Now|
|33 MPG||Plug-in Hybrid||$111,000||Now|
|32 MPG||Small Car||$19,400||Now|
|32 MPG||Small Car||$13,000||Now|
|32 MPG||Small Car||$20,400||Now|