Here is the list of most fuel-efficient cars 2018 with the comparison. ENJOY.
- 1 7th — Toyota Prius V: Hybrid and Practical
- 2 5th — Kia Optima hybrid: lack of a hybrid Sonata
- 3 1st — Hyundai Ioniq: Champion 2018 Consumer Affairs
8th — Lincoln MKZ hybrid: luxurious and miserable in fuel
This is the least greedy luxury sedan in 2018. The LincolnMKZ is satisfied with 5.9 L/100km (average rating), tells user can. It should be known, however, that its combined powertrain (petrol/electric) delivers a net power of 188 hp, which allows this sedan to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in9.1 s
7th — Toyota Prius V: Hybrid and Practical
Here is the family of the Prius family: the Prius v — V for versatile, of Course. Its modular chest has a useful volume almost as large as a Toyota RAV4 when the back seat records are Stowed. That’s What I Mean. Its average consumption is 5.8 L/100km, according to NRCan.
6th — Ford Fusion hybrid: the sober blue Oval
The Ford Fusion hybrid looks like two drops of water at a regular melting. But its average consumption is 5.6 l/100km, while it varies from 8.7 to 11.8 l/100km for its counterpart which has only a thermal engine
5th — Kia Optima hybrid: lack of a hybrid Sonata
The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid is not currently listed in catalog 2018, but the Kia Optima hybrid, its twin, yes! Like the Ford Fusion hybrid, this other intermediate-sized sedan(very elegant in Addition) has an average consumption of 5.6l/100km.
4th — Chevrolet Malibu hybrid: a great new American genre
One does not imagine that a GM product is among the least-greedy ordinary Vehicles. The hybrid Chevrolet Malibucontradicts bias by taking sixth place on NRCan’s list of gasoline-powered or ordinary hybrid vehicles. Moreover, at5.1 L/100km, its average consumption rating is equal to that of the Toyota-C-XLE.
3rd — Kia Niro: Unsung Newcomer
The Kia Niro is a very good figure on the 2018 Energy-efficient vehicle charts with three fuel-sparing Versions. The Niro FE has an average rating of 4.8 l/100km, while that of the entry-level Niro is 5.1 l/100 km and that of Niro touring5.4 l/100 km. On sale since February 2017, sales of this model have been very limited. Only 1 590 copies of the hybrid powertrain utility were found in the country this year, sales that placed it at the 179th rank of the sales list; far, far away, at the bottom of the picture! Bet that the next arrival of the Niro EV, with the electric motor, could vivify a little sales of this vehicle.
2nd — Toyota Prius: A must if you have the service stations aversion
Again this year, the Toyota Prius is a prime location forNrcan’s energy-efficient performance Charts. This hatchback, which underwent a major overhaul in 2016, has one of the best average consumption ratings according to NRCan, i.e. 4.6L/100 km.
1st — Hyundai Ioniq: Champion 2018 Consumer Affairs
Toyota has offered the most energy efficient models among the 10 least-greedy vehicles of 2018, but the all-round consumer champion in Canada this year is not a car of this brand. It’s the Hyundai Ioniq hybrid. The Ioniq Blue and Ioniq versions display the best average ratings in the industry, i.e.4.1 and 4.3 l/100 km respectively. This is what we learn from natural resources Canada’s “Guide to fuel consumption2018” (NRCan).
These are the most fuel efficient cars 2018 in my knowledge. If you know more about it please do comment.