There are many things to consider before buying a car. In a country like India, it becomes a topic of debate between concerned people. Buying a car is a social scenario or a symbol of status in India. People give suggestions without asking, and the confusion increases. There required a stable comparison of cars, and for that comparison, you have reached a perfect page.
What to Compare?
It may vary from person to person and preference to preference. Every Usually, people consider price, fuel efficiency, lag space, fuel type ( Petrol or Diesel) etc. After proper research, expert advice and following the trend and market flow. We are providing you with a range of cars on different aspects of comparison.
Fuel Efficiency is Considerable.
Fuel efficiency is more important than the actual price. Who would give more or less amount but once? You will have to spend money every week or month on fuel daily. So, here is a list of the top 10 fuel-efficient cars on diesel and petrol respectively.
The is given in count down the order.
10 . Maruti Suzuki Ignis
This car does not sensationalize the market for Suzuki; it is a hatchback model with 1.2 litres K12M petrol engine.
09. Maruti Suzuki Celerio/Celerio-X
The Maruti Suzuki and its counterpart have the same mileage for the 1.0 litre K10B petrol engine.
08. Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A typical small car with less weight comes with a frugal and peppy engine with 68hp and 1.0-litre capacity.
08. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R
With its economic engine, Wagon R is opted for by buyers. It has two units- a 68hp 1.0 litre and an 83hp 1.2 litre.
06. Datsun Redigo.
According to ARAI figures, the mileage of this fuel-efficient car ranges between 21.7 to 22 ppl. This petrol car has two different variants: the manual and the automatic, both mileage 21.7 and 22.
05. Renault Kwid.
It also comes in two units, 54ph with 0.8 litres and 68ph with 1.0 litre. The rapid mileage of 22kpl is touched by the latter in one-litre petrol. The Kwid has two units, 1.0 litre and 1.8 litres. Both teams have slightly different mileages as 21.74kpl and 20.7 kpl, respectively, according to ARAI. This makes it more fuel-efficient than its cousin mentioned above, Datsun The Redigo.
04. Maruti Suzuki Alto.
Certified by ARAI to deliver 22.5 kpl, Maruti Suzuki’s most miniature model has a 48 ph 0.8 frugal engine. It is a low price, high efficiency and minimal maintenance car. Its CNG version is also impressive, with 31.5 km/kg of gas.
03. Maruti Swift.
With idle start-stop technology and a 5-speed manual and AMT gearbox with Dzire option, Maruti Suzuki offers a 90hp K12N petrol engine. Mileage figures are 23.3 kpl and 23.79 kpl for Manual and AMT, respectively.
02. Toyota Glanza/Maruti Suzuki Baleno.
Maruti Suzuki’s Glanza and Baleno are regarded as near cousins. They have an ARAI rated economy of 23.87 kpl with 90 hp and a 1.2-litre engine. These two are given with a start/stop technology too.
01.Maruti Suzuki Dzire.
One of the remarkable changes that recently occurred was the 1.2 litre K12M engine was replaced by a 1.2 K12N engine. With a 90hp engine, 5-speed makes it the most fuel-efficient car.
The diesel price is increasing, and we are likely to know which car is to be bought in such scenarios.
10. Honda WR-V.
WR-V, with its frugal engine, has a tractable nature with 100hp 200nm of torque. These all make it a close rival of Ford Eco sport with 23.7 kpl, Tata Nexon with 23.4 kpl and Hyundai venue with 23. Three kpl. It is a boy audible but looks majestic.
09. Ford Freestyle.
It is an excellent example of a small diesel engine car with its 1.5-litre engine, four cylinders and cross-hatch. It can go 23.8 in a single litre of diesel.
08. Kia Sonet.
An ARAI figure of 24.1kpl means the Sonet is the most fuel-efficient diesel compact SUV currently on sale. It has 100 hp with 1.5 litres of the engine as Hyundai Venue. When specced with the 6-speed automatic gearbox, the Sonet gets a bump in output and is rated at 19kpl, making it one of the most frugal automatic cars currently available.
07. Ford Figo & Aspire.
The Ford Figo hatchback and Aspire compact sedan both have the same ARAI rating of 24.4 kph. Ford Figo even goes further in one litre of diesel as it has 1.5 litres of capacity. Both have a 15kg kerb weight difference. Ford Figo is a rival to Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, while Ford Aspire is a rival to Hyundai Aura and Honda Amaze.
06. Honda Amaze.
With its 100hp, 1.5-litre diesel engine suitable for both 5-speed manual or CVT- automatic gearbox.
Honda Amaze has two different ratings as its diesel manual version is rated at 24.7 kph while the CVT-Automatic version is stated at 21 kph. (AIR)
05. Hyundai Verna.
It has a 1.5-litre diesel engine with 115 hp, which is shared with Creta. It is more appealing for buyers as it has good mileage. The two different variants of Verna as automatic and manual have additional mileage. The mileage of a manual car is 25kpl while the automatic version goes 21.3 kpl in one litre.
04. Hyundai Grand i10 Nios.
With a three-cylinder engine of 75hp. The U2 CRDi unit of Hyundai is the smallest diesel car in India. It has a 5-speed gearbox which is available in manual and AMT variants.
It has a fuel efficiency figure of 25.1 Kpl.
03. Tata Altroz.
It has a 1.5 litre, four-cylinder turbo diesel engine with 90hp and 200nm torque. With an economy of 25.11 kpl rated by ARAI. The Tata Altroz Premium hatchback has a 1.5-litre engine with its 90hp. It has only a manual transmission, not the AMT one.
02. Hyundai i20
It has a 1.5 litre, four-cylinder turbo diesel engine with 100hp and 240nm torque. It is the most frugal hatchback car on sale presently.
It has a 1.2 litre, three-cylinder turbo diesel engine with 75hp and 190nm torque. It has a 5-speed manual gearbox. With an economy of 25.40 kpl rated by ARAI, this car is ‘all in all at this list. Hyundai Aura is the most frugal or fuel-efficient car in India.
As per the most crucial consideration, based on Diesel and Petrol, these two lists will prove a good help.