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Top 5 Sub-Compact Cars: With gasoline prices soaring, we all intuitively understand that gas sipping cars are quickly becoming the rage. I thought it would be interesting to take three markets, Los Angeles, Chicago and Tyson's Corner, Virginia, and show you the top five gas sippers in each market. Note that the ranking is based on lowest day's supply, in other words, the current available supply divided by the average daily retail sales rate over the past 45 days. These are the ones that people will beat your door down for, more than any others. I can do this for any vehicle segment in any market. Let me know if you'd like to see data like this for your local market and I'd be happy to perform the same analysis, ie trucks, SUV's, luxury cars, etc. Days Supply Available Sold Chicago 2004 VW Beetle GLS Conv. 37 17 22 2005 Scion xB 50 40 35 2007 Toyota Yaris S 54 19 17 2004 Chevy Aveo 56 82 43 2006 Scion xA 60 32 24 Los Angeles 2007 Toyota Yaris 38 47 55 2005 Chevy Aveo 45 94 95 2004 Scion xB 45 92 91 2007 Honda Fit Sport 47 26 25 2004 Honda Civic LX Sedan 54 116 97 Tyson's Corner, VA 2007 Toyota Yaris Base 32 18 25 2004 Honda Civic LX Sedan 40 35 39 2005 Chevy Aveo 42 32 34 2005 Honda Civic LX Sedan 54 93 77 2003 VW Beetle GLS Conv. 58 27 21

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