New York City, New York (PressExposure) July 09, 2011 -- Somewhere in the not so distant past, buying gas for your vehicle was such a no-brainer that you could fill up the tank without issue. Now, filling up several times a month can seriously put a pinch on your budget. Things have changed. So one of the major features consumers look for when searching for the right SUV is gas mileage. A newly launched website, suvwithbestgasmileagex.org has done the work for you with the latest research on all the top SUV's and how they rank in terms of finding the SUV with best gas mileage [http://www.suvwithbestgasmileagex.org].
The site offers a myriad of useful information such as finding fuel-efficient SUV's, product reviews and comparisons. For example, brands such as Mazda, Toyota, Honda, Lexus and Chevrolet are in the spotlight for cross comparisons on such features as power, mileage, weight, etc. On the issue of fuel efficiency, the Mazda CX-7 is noted to have 161 horsepower engine and gets 20 miles per gallon in the city and 28 on the highway. By contrast, the Jeep Compass has a 172-horsepower engine that offers 23 miles per gallon in the city and 29 miles per gallon on the highway. And the comparisons do not stop there. Each brand is specifically addressed and laid out for the consumer to compare.
If further information is needed about a particular vehicle, users need only click on the specific links dedicated to each. There, they will find additional information about other features as well as reviews that discuss whether the space in a particular SUV really has enough room for a car full of long legged people. If short legs or some other issue are your concern just post a question to the Administrator and your inquiry will likely be addressed in a response or future post.
Stan Reich, the Administrator and founder of the blog site, explained why he created the site to help other consumers. "I felt that creating a blog about fuel efficient SUV's could help people choose the right vehicle for today's difficult economic climate", he said.