Good MPG Cars & Electric Cars for Sale

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Welcome to Priority Honda Roanoke, where we take pride in offering a wide selection of fuel-efficient vehicles that prioritize excellent fuel economy without compromising on style, performance, or comfort. We understand the importance of finding a car with good MPG (miles per gallon), as it not only saves you money on fuel costs but also reduces your carbon footprint. Honda is renowned for its commitment to producing environmentally friendly vehicles, and we are pleased to present our inventory of Honda models that offer exceptional fuel efficiency and great MPG. Whether you're looking for a compact sedan, a versatile SUV, or a hybrid vehicle, we have the perfect Honda car for you.

Here is an overview of the 2023 Honda lineup, along with their estimated MPG ratings:

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1. Honda CR-V: The Honda CR-V is a popular compact SUV that offers a spacious interior, advanced safety features, and impressive fuel efficiency. It is estimated to achieve around 28 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway, making it an excellent choice for both city driving and long road trips.

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Honda CR-V Hybrid driving across the city

2. Honda CR-V Hybrid: For those seeking even greater fuel efficiency, the Honda CR-V Hybrid is an ideal option. It combines a gasoline engine with an electric motor, resulting in exceptional MPG ratings. The CR-V Hybrid is estimated to achieve approximately 40 MPG in the city and 35 MPG on the highway, making it a standout choice for eco-conscious drivers.

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Honda Accord parked on the sidewalk

3. Honda Accord: The Honda Accord is a midsize sedan that offers a blend of comfort, performance, and fuel efficiency. It is estimated to achieve around 30 MPG in the city and 38 MPG on the highway, allowing you to enjoy a fuel-efficient commute without compromising on style or driving dynamics.

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Honda Accord Hybrid passing under the bridge

4. Honda Accord Hybrid: The Honda Accord Hybrid takes fuel efficiency to the next level by combining a hybrid powertrain with the Accord's impressive features. It is estimated to achieve approximately 48 MPG in the city and 47 MPG on the highway, making it one of the most fuel-efficient sedans in its class.

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Honda Civic driving through the city at night

5. Honda Civic: The Honda Civic is a compact car known for its reliability, sporty design, and fuel efficiency. It is estimated to achieve around 31 MPG in the city and 40 MPG on the highway, offering an efficient and enjoyable driving experience for daily commuting and longer trips.

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6.Honda HR-V: The Honda HR-V is a versatile crossover that offers ample cargo space and a comfortable ride. It is estimated to achieve approximately 28 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway, making it an efficient choice for urban adventures and weekend getaways.

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Please note that these MPG ratings are based on the vehicle model's year EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery pack, driving conditions and other factors. We recommend visiting our dealership to learn more about each model's specific features and to test drive the vehicles to experience their fuel efficiency firsthand.

When comparing the range of electric vehicles (EVs) to internal combustion engine vehicles (ICE), EVs have made significant strides in recent years. Modern EVs can now offer competitive ranges that are comparable to many ICE vehicles. While range can vary depending on factors such as battery size, driving conditions, and vehicle efficiency, many EVs on the market today provide ranges that meet the needs of daily driving and even long-distance travel. With advancements in battery technology, EVs can achieve ranges of over 200 miles on a single charge, and some models can exceed 300 miles or more. Furthermore, the expanding charging infrastructure makes it easier for EV owners to recharge their vehicles while on the go. While ICE vehicles still offer the advantage of quick refueling at gas stations, the growing network of fast-charging stations for EVs is reducing the charging time significantly. As technology continues to evolve, we can expect the range of EVs to continue increasing, ultimately closing the gap with ICE vehicles and offering a viable and sustainable alternative for a wide range of driving needs.

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