Fuel-Efficient High-Performance Cars

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High Performance, High Efficiency
For drivers who have their eyes on new high-performance rides, chances are fuel economy is not their topline new-car priority. That said, with advances in technology and many high-performance models downsizing to smaller-displacement turbocharged engines, performance and fuel economy are no longer mutually exclusive. A surprising number of today’s performance cars achieve respectable fuel economy when cruising the open road — not the same level as a compact hybrid, but good enough to consider taking an adventurous road trip. The vehicles here earn a U.S. EPA fuel economy rating at or above 25 mpg on the highway, with the list sorted by highway fuel economy.

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