Does a Chevy Nova Get Better Gas Mileage Than a Dodge Neon?


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The Dodge Neon has slightly worse gas mileage ratings than the Chevrolet Nova when comparing the final generations of these vehicles. The combined fuel economy of the 1988 Chevrolet Nova is 29 miles per gallon, while the 2005 Dodge Neon achieves 28 mpg in combined driving.

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This comparison of gas mileage for these vehicles assumes both are in base trim with five-speed manual transmissions and that both are fueled with regular gasoline. A Dodge Neon with a four-speed automatic transmission has a combined fuel efficiency rating of 25 mpg, while using premium gasoline in the manual Neon reduces its efficiency to 22 mpg in combined driving.

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