7. Audi TT
According to the EPA, the little coupe achieves an impressive 22 mpg in the city, 31 mpg on the highway, and 26 mpg combined. The TT comes with a unique look that people either love or hate, so if it tickles you fancy, you should just go with it. The car makes for a good vehicle if you live where there is significant snow or rainfall, considering that all-wheel drive comes as standard equipment. It should be no surprise that the TT handles exceptionally well. The little 2.0-liter four cylinder engine works hard, providing some pretty thrilling performance considering its size. Sure, there are competing vehicles that cost about the same that will out-accelerate the TT, but those vehicles do not sip the fuel like the Audi, plus most do not even have all-wheel drive available as an option. There are higher-performance versions of the TT, but those do not attain nearly as stellar of fuel economy.