What car should I buy after owning a Saab?

We will have to change our car next year and I am struggling to find one that is as spacious, comfortable and efficient as my current diesel Saab 9-3 twin turbo. We get about 53mpg and looking at the Honest John Real mpg section of the website, new cars do not seem to be as good. I would like to avoid BMW and the driving position in the Jaguar XE & XF are a little cramped.

Asked on 23 December 2016 by SJN

Answered by Honest John
A Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC will do 60mpg + A BMW 320d ED will do 60-65mpg.
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