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Mr. Green

If you like sports cars the 2011 Mustang V-6 w/ 305 hp gets an amazing 31 MPG. That's brilliant.

Manhattan Air Specialists

I think it is quite commendable to think about vehicles that would do less and less damage to the environment. Indeed it is high time we all start thinking about protecting our environment.

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why we have conquered the uter space,but not our inner space;why we have highter income,but less morals;

Chicago Auto Shipping Center

Don't Land Rovers get pretty good gas mileage? Now that's a car for the outdoors... was, anyway, until they started going all bourgeois and luxury on us.

2011 Jetta

How about some of the Volkswagen's? The Jetta has a TDI version that gives great mileage. And the trunk space is huge. Even the Golf or GTI makes a lot of sense for you.

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I highly recommend the Ford Escape Hybrid! We just purchased one and it is a blast! I have so much fun driving it and it's a large car (we have 3 kids, so it is an issue) and even when we go backpacking we manage to get all the gear talked in the back :)

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While hybrids are ok, they are still not great on the environment. Either an electric car or a natural gas vehicle is a better option. Unfortunately options are limited right now since there are very few to choose from and no SUVs that I'm aware of.

Mr Cover

AN SUV will be fine for all of the gear. But with the high cost of gas, you may want to store that SUv for a smaller more economical version. Don't forget to cover your SUV when storing it.

Tom Jones

Great blog!

Jay D

Good insight. I like the points you've brought up.

Vacations For Less

Hi There. I really like your site. I had a company car for many years. They need to make company cars electric.

Jay D

Nice post! Actually, this represents a good potential investment.

Peter Woodfellow

I have a Volvo estate which with some careful driving can do 40-50MPG easy. I have got from Cornwall to Glasgow on one tanks before

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I don't like to much hybrid cars

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