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10 Best Fun MPG Cars for Under $35,000

Interesting | August 4th, 2008 by 0
BMW 128i

Josh, our dear editor here at BMWBlog, came up with an interesting article on his blog, rawautos.com, in which he talks about 10 fun cars …

Josh, our dear editor here at BMWBlog, came up with an interesting article on his blog, rawautos.com, in which he talks about 10 fun cars to drive that will not break your bank nor suck up a lot of gas.

The interesting aspect comes from the fact that all these cars are priced below the $35,000 mark, so they are quite accessible to someone that is looking to waste invest money on cars. We don’t condone excessive spending, but we all know that we have our own needs when it comes to cars :)

So, we all know that Josh is quite a BMW nut, but in the same time, he is fair when it comes to car reviews and I know that he pretty much loves the Mustangs as well, which btw, didn’t make this top this time. Two BMWs managed to sneak into his top and as expected, one of them was the fairly new BMW 128i coupe that was released earlier this year.

I won’t reveal the other one and I will let you read his detailed and interesting article, he put a lot of work into it, so it’s worth giving it a few minutes of your time. Please feel free to comment here or on his blog if you disagree, agree or if he missed any other car that could have been in that top 10 best fun MPG cars under $35,000

10 Best Fun MPG Cars for Under $35,000

Gas here in North Carolina, at least at the beach, is well over 4.27 a gallon for premium. That sucks for a lot of people. I love sports cars, and I love to drive spirited at times. But these days if you drive too spirited you’re just hurting your wallet at the pump a few minutes later. So what do you do if you want something fun, sporty, luxurious, but still easy at the pump? Well, you could possibly try and buy one of the 10 cars I say you should buy. They are in no particular order, so just read the info that I have for you. I included only cars that could have options on them and still cost less than $35,000. As much as I would have loved to include my favorite 135i, it bases out at $34,900. Some people will buy the base model, but you still have to include the documentation fees along with taxes and tags that would put the car well over 35 grand…

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