If you're a diesel hater and you want to cruise down a German highway in style, there's nothing like a good coupé to fit the bill. European coupés offer comfort, sporty sensations and, usually, a paying a high price at the pump. But there's good news: the European market offers models that are low on carbon emissions and have decent fuel economy while still offering the refinement typically found on models with larger engines. Unfortunately, most of the models can't be found stateside but there's always hope that some might reach American shores. We found a list, which you can find after the jump, of the most fuel-efficient version of current European coupés. Enjoy.

[Source: Auto News]

Model Engine size HP Fuel consumption (l/100km) Mileage (mpg US)
Porsche Cayman 2.9 PDK 2,983 265 9.1 25.8
Alfa Romeo Brera 2.2 JTS 16V Selespeed 2,198 185 9.1 25.8
Alfa Romeo GT 2.0 JTS 16V Progression 1,970 165 8.7 27.0
Renault Laguna Coupé 2.0 16V Turbo GT 1,998 204 8.2 28.7
Hyundai Coupé 2.0 GLS 1,975 143 8.0 29.4
BMW 125i Coupé 2,996 218 7.9 29.8
BMW 630i Coupé Sport-Automatic 2,996 272 7.7 30.5
Mercedes CLC 160 BlueEfficiency 1,597 129 7.1 33.1
Mercedes E 250 CGI Coupé BlueEfficiency Automatik 1,796 204 7.0 33.5
Renault Mégane Coupé 1.6 16V 110 Dynamique 1,598 110 6.9 34.1
Audi TT Coupé 1.8 TFSI 1,798 160 6.7 35.1
Audi A5 2.0 TFSI 1,964 180 6.6 35.4
Citroën C4 Coupé 1.4 16V Advance 1,360 88 6.4 36.8
VW Scirocco 1.4 TSI 7-speed-DSG 1,360 160 6.3 37.3
BMW 320i Coupé 1,995 170 6.3 37.3




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