You've come to the right place.
www.fueleconomy.gov has gas mileage estimates and more information
for 1985-2007 model year cars.
Selecting which vehicle to purchase is the most important fuel economy decision you'll make and it is as well important to concentrate
if you are going for any vehicle
The difference between a car that gets 20 MPG and one that gets
30 MPG amounts to $744 per year (assuming 15,000 miles of driving
annually and a fuel cost of $2.97).
That's $3,720 extra in fuel costs over five years!
Use www.fueleconomy.gov's Find and Compare Cars section to find
the most fuel efficient vehicle that will meet your needs.