Fuel efficiency has been one of the most important factors while buying cars in India. Many people prefer buying petrol cars because of the initial cost of the vehicle, but low fuel efficiency diverts them to the diesel vehicles. There are many petrol cars that have extremely high fuel efficiency. Let’s find out what the affordable petrol vehicles in the market that have high fuel efficiency. These are the ARAI tested fuel efficiency, and in real life situations, the efficiency may drop due to different circumstances.
Mileage: 25.17 km/l.
The chic looking hatchback from Datsun gets a tallboy design and curvy edges to attract the youths. The Redi-Go is a low-cost vehicle and comes with minimal equipment that translates into less weight. The Redi-Go is powered by a 3-cylinder petrol engine that generates a maximum of 53 Bhp and 72 Nm. Its high mileage makes it one of the most fuel efficient petrol cars in India.
Mileage: 25.17 km/l
The entry-level car from Renault is also the best selling vehicle from the company. The SUV inspired design of the Kwid makes it very popular in the segment. It is powered by 799cc three-cylinder engine that generates a maximum of 53 Bhp and 72 Nm. There is high-performance 1.0-litre engine too that returns 23.01 km/l.
Maruti Alto 800
Mileage: 24.7 km/l
The entry-level vehicle from Maruti is also the best selling car from the brand. The Alto 800 is powered by 796cc, three-cylinder petrol engine that produces a maximum of 48 Bhp and 69 Nm.
Mileage: 23.84 km/l
The Tata Tiago is a winning product from Tata. Tiago is the best selling car from Tata and comes loaded with good amount of equipment. Tiago competes against the likes of Renault Kwid and Maruti Alto 800 but looks much more premium than them. Tiago is powered by both petrol and diesel engines. The petrol engine is a 1,199cc four-cylinder engine that produces a maximum power of 84 Bhp and peak torque of 114 Nm.
Tata Nano GenX
Mileage: 23.6 km/l
Tata launched the GenX version as an improvement over the original Nano. The car never became popular in the market, but it sure has a lot of potential. The Tata Nano is powered by a parallel-twin 624cc engine that produces a maximum power of 37 Bhp and 54 Nm of peak torque.
Mileage: 23.1 km/l
The Celerio was a revolutionary car in India that introduced AMT in the affordable segment. The car is extremely spacious and comes powered by parallel twin engine that generates a maximum power of 67 Bhp and 90 Nm of peak torque.
Mileage: 22 km/l
The Maruti DZire is an all-new vehicle has nothing to do with the old DZire. The new DZire is built on a new Heartec platform that is much lighter than the older car and increases the mileage by a big value. The petrol engine is a 1.2-litre, four-cylinder engine that produces 83 Bhp. It is 4 Bhp lower than the last generation car