Tata Indigo 1.4 Dicor - 23.57
The output of 70 bhp and 140 NM torque makes the 1.4 litre turbo-charged Dicor engine of the Tata Indigo technically efficient. The low-friction mechanism, pressure injections, its eco-friendly manners add to the car's popularity. The Tata Indigo
exclusively caters to the physical attributes of the Indian; its front seats come with extra lumbar and thigh support offering great comfort during long distance drives. Termed as a family car with fuel economy, space and good mileage, Dicor seems to be a good deal over all. The car is capable of giving a very good mileage of 23.57 kmpl.
Fiat 500 - 22.2
The car performance stands on top with the electronically controlled Common Rail Multi-jet Direct Injection fuel that offers power from every tiny drop of fuel. The Fiat 500
compliments the original concept in its shape and function. The 500 is regarded as 'the car of the people, by the people', a slogan that democratizes access to technologies that are the first of their kind in this segment. The engine, ready to meet the emissions limits set by Euro 5 standards, is a concrete sign of Fiat's willpower to confirm its leadership where the environment is concerned. The powerful Fiat 500 can run 22.2 km using a litre of diesel.
Hyundai Verna - 21.92
, packed with a fuel-efficient engine, has taken Hyundai a step ahead. This car sports a low-friction engine and improved aero dynamics to maximize the fuel economy by improving the air flow. The 1.5-litre diesel engine has been strapped to a Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT). The VGT is an energy-efficient technology that is designed to deliver high power and enhanced performance. Once the engine takes off, say at higher rpm with 109 bhp, there is nothing to stop it. To sum up, the Hyundai Verna is a quiet and smooth car with great fuel-efficiency of 21.92 kmpl.
Skoda Octavia 1.9MT - 21.39
takes the driving experience to a new high. A sense of lavishness is hidden in every aspect of the car. Impressive styling, design, voluminous interiors, advanced safety, all come with the car. To add to this, the Skoda Octavia has a powerful engine and low fuel consumption that makes it one of the most desired luxury vehicles by the upper-middle class buyers in India. It is a true winner when it comes to fuel economy. Skoda Octavia is one of the safest car and with the very low fuel consumption of 21.3 kmpl. The powerful engine of Skoda Octavia stirs up 90 bhp at 4000 rpm and maximum torque of 210 Nm at 1900 rpm.
Maruti Suzuki Ritz BS 4 - 21.1
Maruti Suzuki makes a ritzy move with the introduction of Ritz. The car offers a very competent alternative to all the large hatchbacks in India today. This car comes with India's first ever BS-IV compliant engine with best-in-class fuel efficiency. The engine is low on CO2 emissions too. It further strengthens Maruti Suzuki's hard work for fuel efficient, green engine technology for India car buyers. The engine promises to be a light weight with lower levels of NVH (Noise, Vibration & Harshness). The Maruti Suzuki Ritz
runs at 21.1 kmpl.
Mahindra Renault Logan DSL 1.5 - 21.03
The first impression is not the last impression when it comes to this car. It is only when you sink in the back seat for a while that it makes you feel really good. The car Renault Logan
is one of the foremost cars introduced by Mahindra and Renault together in India. This is one of the widest cars in the C segment C. The low-cost car lacks the styling of expensive cars in the first impression but a few rides can change the feeling. The 1.5L, 70 bhp diesel engine is good enough and can save you a lot of fuel. 21.03 km a litre is a very good figure indeed.
Indigo Manza Quadrajet - 21.02
Tata has yet another winner on its hands with the Indigo Manza
. Spacious with lots of features and at a price that doesn't shake the average Indian off the chair. Everything in the interiors feels a generation up and is better built. Add a more reliable diesel engine and decent fuel efficiency, impeccable ride and good braking ability to the equation and it seals the deal. The powerful Quadrajet engine can get the car to munch 21.02 kms using a litre of diesel.
Swift Dzire - 21
The new Swift Dzire
sports a new generation engine that's more fuel efficient and makes the car a better performer on the Indian road. With features like airbags, collapsible steering, automatic climatic control and five seater capacity Maruti Swift offers true exchange for money. The fit and feel of the cabin is top notch, and the fabrics and plastics of the interiors suit a car of this class. The 1248cc turbocharged DDiS engine generates 75 bhp at 4000 rpm and a maximum torque of 190 Nm at 2000 rpm. The car delivers a mileage of 21 kmpl.
Tata Indica Vista Quadrajet - 20.91
The all new Tata Indica Vista
is available with the new generation engine, a 1.3L, Quadra Jet diesel engine that is able to produce 70 bhp of power at 4500 rpm and 190 Nm of torque at 1750rpm. Tata has intentionally retained the family look and the new Tata Indica Vista is a clear evolution of the Indica. The Quadrajet engine is paired to a new cable aided gearbox with twin synchronizers for precise gear-shift experience and quality. The engine, coupled to a smooth 5-speed manual transmission can make the car run 20.91 km using a litre of diesel.
Ford Ikon - 20.6
A Ford car in India is an ideal family as well as personal choice any time. Indians just need to feel the rev of the fuel efficient engine in the Ford Ikon that radiates pure exhilaration. Take the Ford Ikon
anywhere, in the city or through the country side and you can watch the Icon lend thrilling fuel efficiency. The diesel version comes with a 1.4 DuraTorq TDCi in-line 4 engine churning out 67 bhp of power. It gives a mileage of 20.6 kmpl and gear shifting is simply superb leaving no room for complaints.