I mean if you're averaging 52 without having to try that's really impressive! I'm picking up my new Silver Touring tonight (if all goes well) and i'm coming from a '13 Ford C-Max Hybrid that averages 38-40 per tank so i'm excited for some real Hybrid gains.. Although i'm going to really miss the hatchback/space when the seats are down in the C-Max. I don't utilize the space enough for me to have consider a bigger Hybrid though, such as a Niro/RAV4 Hybrid though. I'm a Honda fan at heart so it's going to be nice to be back in the Honda family.. I owned a '16 Civic Touring before as well before trading it in and it was such a joy to drive.I see it now, thanks. Fuelly.com throws me off sometimes because it shows a list of local cars for sale before showing the fuel-ups. I saw Corolla LE and jumped off the page. The Corolla (and Civic for that matter) has always been a gas-sipping vehicle, so no surprise folks can beat EPA estimates.
I can get 60ish on my trips with the Insight if I try but I'd rather just drive normally and try not to pay attention. I'm averaging 52 now. If Corolla Hybrid can easily pull 55+ without trying, that's great. I think it is great that manufacturers are offering hybrid versions of popular sedans. More options for us!!