Top Economy Cars
TOP most economically cars
Many motorists, choosing their personal transport, pay attention to many factors, such as comfort, safety, and economic benefits. The manuals are more economical in comparison with the classic automatic transmission. If we take into account short distances, then the difference will not immediately be evident. Well, if you decide to calculate expenses over a long period, then you will immediately understand what the catch is. We hope our selection of budget cars will help you find the right one for you. It should be emphasized that our rating consists exclusively of cars that run on gasoline.
Gasoline consumption directly depends on the individual characteristics of the engine and transmission. Pay attention to the size of the car. The smaller the model, the less aerodynamic drag and curb weight. Let's move on to our rating.
- Toyota Corolla. When it comes to economy, this car can rival the Ford Focus. Their average performance is 6.3 liters per 100 kilometers. The Corolla boasts a continuously variable variator and a reinforced engine. A distinctive feature of Ford is the 6-speed robot (PowerShift), which acts as a transmission.
- Ford Fiesta 1.6 (105 HP) 6АТ PowerShift. This car has a slightly lower fuel consumption (5.9 liters per 100 km).
- Mazda 3 1.5 (120 HP), 6АТ. The Mazda 3 benefits from a highly efficient, reinforced engine with a displacement of 1.5 liters. Costs per 100 km of track - 5.8 liters.
- Volkswagen Polo 1.4 TSI (125 HP), 7DSG. This car produces 5.7 liters per 100 km. This is possible only if you ride in eco rally mode. If you overdo it with pressing the accelerator pedal, you will put all your efforts to save money down the drain.
- Moving on to the premium class - Kia Picanto, Volvo V40. Average fuel consumption is 5.6 liters. The car of Swedish origin is equipped with a powerful turbo engine with a working volume of 1.5 liters and a power of 152 horsepower. Among other things, a Korean small car with a 4-speed engine together with a 4-speed automatic is also a good option.
- Mercedes-Benz A180 (122 HP) 7G-DCT. German cars are renowned for their excellent quality. The 1.6 liter engine consumes 5.1 liters of gasoline for every 100 kilometers, regardless of the degree of boost.
- Smart ForTwo 0.9 (90 hp), 6АТ Twinamic. 2-seater smart consumes 4.1 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers. The machine owes these indicators to a three-cylinder engine, an original layout and a 6-speed gearbox. Smart is very compact and lightweight, its capacity is 2 passengers. It is more of a city car, for long trips over long distances the car will not work.