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Top 5 Fuel-Efficient Petrol Cars Launched In 2021

Fuel efficiency is one of the most important elements we consider when buying a car in India, and with rising fuel prices, having fuel-efficient automobiles has become even more important. The market has turned away from diesel engines, forcing manufacturers to abandon them.

With a slew of major debuts, the automotive sector regained its former stride this year. Let’s take a look at the most fuel-efficient gasoline cars from 2021:

Fuel-Efficient Petrol CarsMileage
Maruti Suzuki Celerio26.68 km/l
Renault Kiger20.53 km/l
Hyundai i20 N-line20.25 km/l
Tata Punch18.97 km/l
Volkswagen Taigun18.47 km/l

1. Maruti Suzuki Celerio: 26.68 km/l

Maruti Suzuki has introduced a new version of its most popular family hatchback. Based on the Heartect platform, the new Celerio offers a fresh look, additional capabilities, and a variety of trimmings.

It is driven by a 1.0L 3-cylinder DualJet K10 petrol engine that produces 67hp and 89Nm torque. With an average of 26.68 kmpl, the VXi AMT model is the most fuel-efficient, followed by the ZXi & ZXi+ with 26kmpl. The manual variations get between 24.97 and 25.24 kmpl.

2. Renault Kiger: 20.53 km/l

Kiger is Renault’s first sub-compact SUV, and it comes with two engine options: a 1.0L turbocharged engine and a 1.0L naturally aspirated engine. Making 100 horsepower and 152 pound-feet of torque, and 72 horsepower and 96 pound-feet of torque, respectively.

It is based on the CMF-A+ platform, which is nearly identical to the Triber; the manual turbo model is the most fuel-efficient, with a mileage of 20.53 kmpl. The normally aspirated gets 19.17 kmpl on average.

3. Hyundai i20 N-line: 20.25 km/l

Hyundai i20 N-line: 20.25 km/l
Hyundai i20 N-line: 20.25 km/l

The Hyundai i20 N-Line is a sporty and capacious hatchback that was introduced this year. The N-line gave the car a significant power boost as well as cosmetic improvements to the interior and outside.

It is powered by a 1.0L turbo engine with 120hp and 172Nm torque with a fuel efficiency of 20.25kmpl when combined with the DCT transmission. This figure is nearly identical to the iMT’s 20kmpl figure.

4. Tata Punch: 18.97 km/l

The Punch is one of the most incredible vehicles to hit the market this year. This micro-SUV offers a nice design and features, as well as 5-star safety. Although the engine lacks some flair, it already has a four-month waiting list.

It has a 1.2L petrol engine that produces 86hp and 113Nm torque, and an ARAI-certified fuel economy of 18.97kmpl with the manual transmission and 18.82kmpl with the automatic transmission.

5. Volkswagen Taigun: 18.47 km/l

Along with its twin, the Kushaq, the Taigun is one of VW’s most well-received vehicles. With a well-sculpted look and a modern cabin well-versed in technology, this is VW’s rival in the midsize SUV sector.

It comes with two engine options: a 1.0L TSI and a 1.5L TSI, which produce 115hp and 178Nm torque and 150hp and 250Nm torque, respectively. With a manual transmission, the 1.5L TSI has the best fuel economy of 18.47kmpl. With a mileage of 18.1kmpl, the 1.0L TSI falls short.


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