Most gas efficient SUV and best in snow

Asked by Jul 30, 2015 at 11:39 PM about the Toyota Highlander Hybrid

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if you search that info on google/or any search engine..you will get 2-4 different answers..so then... you will fewer to chose from..> http://www.nydailynews.com/autos/buyers-guide/8-best-suvs-high-mpgs- article-1.1907679

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SUBARU OUTBACK IS A GREAT CHOICE WITH 2.5 ENGINE, SEE LIST http://www.kbb.com/car-reviews-and-news/top-10/best-winter-cars- 2013/2000009009-1/

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Honestly, fuel efficient and great in snow does not go well together. I work for a company who has an impressive fleet of AWD and 4WD. We noticed that v6 engines are outperforming 4cyl and hybrid awd. Heavier SUV are not exceptionally good on ice and snow. In fact, all 4wD were pretty bad on ice surface. So far, the vehicle who impressed me the most was the older models Ford Escape XLT. They were so good in snow that all employees will fight to get the Ford on the shift during winter. I would avoid everything equipped with a Turbo except turbo diesel.

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Toitoine, have you seen YouTube videos of people driving Subaru Outbacks in really muddy and snow conditions? If not, you should. When other cars got stuck, the Subaru made it through the most difficult situations.

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YEA,,,,,BUT I WASNT DRIVING IT! AND YOU CAN TAKE THAT TO THE BANK.

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OK BUT MY V8 GETS 26 MPG AND GETS THERE QUICK..back to the question moongirl...how much money will you spend... and ill tell you want to get >> opened some worms her....

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Kelly, who goes fast in the snow? Sure, the Vette is fast, but, someone I chatted with on this forum with a Corvette told me his car is so low to the ground, he can't even roll over a snail without hitting it. An exaggeration, of course, but, he was making a point in telling me how low the clearance is compared to my Subaru Outback. My point on the Outback is this, they're probably the most widely used car in the northeast and northwest in snow country. I don't have to worry about this in SoCal, but, it's nice to be prepared. I do take road trips in my car. And, the 2.5 Four while not a race car, which no one even dreamed of saying, is perfectly adequate for getting the Outback through all of these situations. So, not really hard on gas and a good car for snow and muddy conditions.

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moongirl wanted to know something...so where does she live and how much can she spend..Rank Make & model CR Overall MPG City MPG Highway MPG oa c h 1 Lexus NX300h 29 23 34 2 Honda HR-V LX 29 20 39 3 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid 28 21 35 4 Lexus RX 450h 26 22 31 5 Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 26 19 35 6 Subaru XV Crosstrek Premium 26 19 34 7 Mini Countryman S 26 19 33 8 Subaru Forester 2.5i Premium 26 18 35 9 Mazda CX-5 Touring 2.5L 25 19 32 10 Chevrolet Trax LT 25 18 34 11 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Ltd. 25 18 32 12 Nissan Juke SV 24 18 31 13 Toyota RAV4 XLE 24 18 31 14 Lexus NX 200t 24 17 33 15 Jeep Grand Cherokee LImited (diesel) 24 17 32 16 Volkswagen Touareg TDI 24 17 31 17 Nissan Rogue 24 17 30 18 Jeep Renegade Latitude 24 16 32 19 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE 23 18 28 20 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 23 17 30 21 Mitsubishi Outlander SE 23 17 30 22 BMW X1 xiDrive28i 23 16 32 23 Buick Encore Leather 23 16 32 24 Honda CR-V EX 23 16 32 25 BMW X3 xDrive28i 23 16 30 26 Kia Sportage LX (4-cyl.) 22 16 30 27 Ford Escape SE 22 15 31 28 Jeep Cherokee Latitude (4-cyl.) 22 15 31 29 Ford Escape Titanium 22 15 29 30 Jeep Compass Latitude 22 15 29 31 Acura RDX 22 14 31 32 Volkswagen Tiguan SEL 21 16 27 33 Kia Sportage SX (turbo) 21 15 29 34 Nissan Murano SL 21 15 29 35 Jeep Patriot Latitude 21 15 28 36 Lexus RX350 21 15 27 37 Honda Crosstour EX-L 21 14 32 38 Chevrolet Equinox 1LT (4-cyl.) 21 14 30 39 Kia Sorento EX (V6) 21 14 30 40 Audi Q5 Premium Plus 21 14 29 41 Jeep Cherokee Limited (V6) 21 14 29 42 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Pure 21 14 29 43 Mercedes-Benz GLK350 21 14 29 44 BMW X5 xDrive35i 21 14 28

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ive wiped out the front lower of mine twice...to low... i spend alot of time just looking ahead for something in the road that should not be there...

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