Fuel economy was king in the early and mid '80s, and automakers responded to CAFE standards with a series of increasingly efficient models. Introduced in 1985, this model still holds the record for most fuel-efficient all-gasoline model ever made in America.
Answer Chevrolet Sprint
The '86 Chevy Sprint ER was rated at an incredible 44 mpg city and 53 mpg highway, probably due in part to its 48 hp engine.
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