With so much fluctuation in fuel prices, it really helps to have a car with the best-in-class fuel economy figure. Today, we bring you the top 5 most fuel-efficient cars you can buy this year. We have considered a mix of petrols, diesels, and hybrids, so there is something for every motorist.
Running out of gas in your car is annoying, but most of us have faced the situation at one time or the other. While many people prefer having their tank full all the time, others have a habit of running their vehicle past the empty line of the fuel gauge. If you are one of them, you always run the risk of ending up on the side of the road.
The used car market shows signs to expand further in the post-lockdown period. According to Auto Trader (AT), the buyer’s intention of used vehicles is high as well, representing a 33 per cent rise in the leads directed to dealers. The sudden increase in demand has pushed the prices upward.
People find car leasing an appealing option, but everything is not gold there. The option of new car leasing has its own pros and cons. So, you must know them in detail before falling in love with a vehicle and signing up a lease contract.
If you sit on the driver seat, you will notice that although you sit low in the car, most of the outside is easily visible except for the rear. The A-pillars are pretty slim, but the C pillars that hold the back of the car are a bit wide, reducing visibility.
What's more, electrified vehicles have amazing mileage and as a result, you get a higher range with a full tank. If that hasn't convinced you, we don't know what will, but take a look at the list of vehicles below and in time you will see why they are some of the best around.
When it comes to the engine, the Fiat has a powerful 1.2L and a 1.4l option. The bigger of the two powertrains produces 101 hp while being mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The setup allows a 31 mpg fuel economy, which is pretty impressive for a car with a big engine.