The six most fuel-efficient crossovers.
We are also skeptical of the claimed manufacturers figures of fuel consumption, to reach which can only be “neutral downhill”.
However, if you are looking for a car with high ground clearance and reasonable fuel consumption, then look at these candidates that you can buy in Ukraine.
Volvo V40 Cross Country D2
Vnedorozhnoi V40 Cross Country, of course, quite conventional, but we still recorded it in crossovers and included in this list — because in the market there are “crossovers” and smaller. Moreover, it is difficult to resist the temptation to record here the car, whose official average fuel consumption is 3.9 liters per 100 kilometers.
Audi Q3 2.0 TDI
Before the advent of our market model Q2, the role of the most economical crossover Audi Q3 is given to the baby with a two-liter diesel TDI family. Given the availability of quattro all-wheel drive, the consumption of five liters per “hundred” can’t but cause respect. But dynamics is also good.
Although economy is not what we associate first with Jaguar, the new crossover, F-Pace was quite modest in terms of appetite. Especially if we are talking about a two-liter version with a diesel engine – on the passport, it consumes only 5.3 liters of “diesel fuel” per 100 km.
Suzuki Vitara S
Complete Youth crossover Suzuki, which set 1.4-liter turbo engine that is in store not only a catchy appearance with the contrasting roof, but also for good efficiency of 5.2 liters per 100 km, if we are talking about front-wheel-drive version. At full drive the average a little worse at 5.5.
BMW X5 40e iPerformance
Surprised? But BMW said that their hybrid with external charging, built on the basis of the BMW X5, uses a mixed mode of only 3.4 l/100 km. of Course, are the roads with the maximum use of the electric drive train, but the numbers are too good. But statistics are a joke stubborn.
In sum, the motor powerplant iPerformance gives 313 forces of power and 450 Nm of torque, and on one only the electric power, the X5 can drive up to 30 km.
Porsche Cayenne S e-hybrid
The same figures of the fuel consumption leads for your Cayenne S e-hybrid and Porsche’s 3.4 l/100 km. However, compared to BMW Porsche more cylinders (six). And more displacement (three liters).
The total output of electric and petrol power units Cayenne S e-hybrid is 416 HP and 590 Nm, and therefore, like every Porsche, it’s pretty fast: 0-100 km/h takes only 5.9 seconds, and top speed is 243 km/h. Gearbox: the traditional “Cayenne” 8-step “automatic”.
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