For the majority of citizens the economical efficiency of a car model is of no small importance when choosing a car. It is considered that only the most modest models have low fuel consumption. In fact, it is not so, though “budget” and economical vehicle often go hand in hand.
Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost Hybrid – 4.1 liters/100 km
Quite economical car, which these days in addition to the gasoline engine is also equipped with an electric motor. At its peak the power unit produces up to 155 hp. Purely gasoline-powered models have a fuel consumption of 0.1-0.2 liters more.
Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Hybrid – 4l/100km
An economical compact model with a gasoline powertrain. In some models, the budget powertrain is supplemented by a hybrid unit. At its power peak, the Fiesta’s engine output does not exceed the 155 hp indicator.
Peugeot 508 BlueHDi 130 EAT8 – 3.5 liters/100 km
In today’s D-Class of diesel cars, it would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, to find a more fuel-efficient car than this one. At its peak the 1.5-liter powertrain can give 131 horsepower.
Opel Astra 1.5 Diesel – 3.4 liters/100 km
Not a bad car on diesel fuel. For many years the Astra has been popularly acclaimed. With an engine capacity of 1.5 liters and 105 horsepower the car shows good results on the road.
Toyota Prius – 3.3 liters/100 km
A car that needs no unnecessary introduction today. The bio-electric car boasts not only modest fuel consumption, but also a good design and quite comfortable interior.
Peugeot 208 BlueHDi 100 – 3.2 liters/100 km
Not a bad car with 1.5-liter engine and output up to 105 horsepower at the peak. Of course, the engine is a diesel. With the same engine can be found on the market and other similarly economical car models.
Toyota Yaris Hybrid – 2.9 liters/100 km
The absolute leader in terms of modesty of consumption today can be considered this Japanese car. The 1.5-liter hybrid engine not just consumes very little, it emits almost three times less than any other car of its kind.