One of the key features we take into account when buying a car is its economy.
The team of How To Cars tested more than 700 cars and made a narrow list of the 100 most economical models.
We present you the “final ten” cars that spend at least, eight of which are diesel, and two are hybrids (one with diesel and a gasoline variant).
In addition to model and power, the initial price of each car and the factory consumption and consumption data recorded during the driving test of the 155 km test are listed.
The “test track” covered 61 km of highway, 40 km of city driving and 54 km of national road, with strict adherence to traffic regulations and speed limits, including the 20 km section of the freeway without restrictions.
1. Mercedes B 180d (diesel, 109 hp) – Price: EUR 29,375
manufacturer: 4,1 l / 100km; test: 5l
2. Renault Scenic dCi 110 Hybrid (hybrid / diesel, 110 hp) – Price: EUR 28,490
manufacturer: 3,6l; test: 5,1l
3. Opel Meriva 1.6 CDTI ecoflex (diesel, 136 hp) – Price: 25.670 Euros
manufacturer: 4,4l; test: 5,1l
4. Ford B-Max 1.5 TDCI Titanium (diesel, 95 hp) – Price: 21,800 euros
manufacturer: 4l; test: 5.2l
5. Ford Grand C-Max 1.5 TDCI Titanium (diesel, 120 hp) – Price: 28,700 euros
manufacturer: 4,4l; test: 5.3l
6. Toyota Prius + (hybrid / gasoline 136 hp) – Price: 31,500 euros
manufacturer: 4,1l; test: 5.4l
7. VW Golf Sportsvan 2.0 TDI (diesel, 150 hp) – Price: 31.475 Euro
manufacturer: 4,3l; test 5.4l
8. BMW 216d Gran Tourer (diesel, 116 hp) – Price: EUR 30,900
manufacturer: 3,9L; test 5.4l
9. Kia Venga 1.6 CRDi (diesel, 128 hp) – Price: 22.140 Euros
manufacturer: 4.7; test: 5.5L
10. Citroen Grand C4 Picasso Blue HDi (diesel, 120 hp) – Price: 30.080 Euros
manufacturer: 4,1l; test 5.5 l.