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Bankrate's 2007 New Car Guide
What's hot?
All new for 2008 plus a fun interactive to pinpoint the best car for you.
What's hot?
Coupe | Going green
The price of gasoline has many consumers shopping for cars that squeeze the most miles from a gallon. Using an average of the EPA city-highway projected mileage numbers, we list the most fuel efficient gasoline-powered vehicle in your favorite body style.
 Toyota Yaris MPG: 29 city / 36 highway
Toyota Yaris  Also available as a sedan, the coupe version of Toyota's lowest-priced car is one of a new generation of subcompact vehicles now appearing in America as gas prices hover around $3 per gallon. The Yaris coupe is powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. MSRP: $11,150 -$12,050.
 Hyundai Accent MPG: 27 city / 32 highway
Hyundai Accent  One of the least-expensive coupes available, the Accent comes with Hyundai's 10-year, 100,000 mile power train warranty, which is a plus, but don't expect it to be as refined as the more expensive Honda Civic. MSRP: $10,415-$15,015.
 Honda Civic MPG: 26 city / 34 highway
Honda Civic  The Civic coupe comes in a wide range of trim levels and with several different personalities. For stylish, two-door economical transportation, stick to the 1.8-liter DX, EX and LX models. The sporty 2.0-liter Si is fun, but there's a mileage trade-off. MSRP: $14,810-$23,040.

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