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Consumer Reports tests fuel economy and acceleration on different grades of gasoline

Premium gas sounds like it’s something special, but it actually translates into paying extra for a higher octane without a performance or fuel economy benefit for many cars.

The best way to burn less fuel is to buy a car that gets better gas mileage. But our tests with a Honda Accord, Toyota RAV4, and other vehicles show there are ways to save at the pump without buying a new car.