17 cars driving far on the liter

Some cars manage to twist many miles out of every liter of fuel, where other cars are more thirsty. If you are considering buying a new car, it is a good idea to check which models on the market give you the most mileage on the road. liter of fuel. We have updated the list of cars that make the most of a fuel tank, making it easier for you to drive environmentally friendly while saving money on the fuel budget.

The transport sector accounts for more than 20% of Danish CO2 emissions, and little 75% of this emissions come from passenger and vans. As a driver, you can help reduce CO2 emissions by paying attention to fuel consumption. There is both a lot of money and a lot of CO2 to save if you drive further on the liter.

Which cars run the longest?

hybrid

  • Citroën C3 BlueHDi S & S Challenge 100 hp
    33.3 km / l A ++
  • Peugeot 208 1.6 BlueHDi 75 hp
    33.3 km / l A ++
  • Toyota Prius H2 1.8 Hybrid e-CVT 122 hp
    33.3 km / l A ++

diesel

  • Ford Fiesta 1.5 TDCI Econetic S / S 5-door 95 hp
    31.3 km / l A ++
  • Hyundai i20 1.1 CRDI ECO Life 5-door 75 hp
    31.3 km / l A ++

Petrol

  • Fiat 500 0.9 TwinAir Star 3-door 60 hp
    26.3 km / l A ++
  • Toyota Aygo 1.0 manual 69 hp
    26.3 km / l A ++
  • Citroën C1 1.0 VTi S & S Feel 5-door
    26.3 km / l A ++
  • As well as 4 other models (see gallery above)

Hybrid cars run longer

If you want to drive far on the liter and thereby be good at the environment, there are especially three hybrid cars to look for. Depending on the price range you are looking for, the Citroën C3, the Peugeot 208 and the Toyota Prius are all good opportunities if you’re looking for a car that can drive up to 33.3 kilometers on the liter .

Max 26.3 kilometers on the liter in the petrol car

In our survey, it was not possible to find cars that run exclusively on gasoline that could drive over 26.3 kilometers on the liter. It is significantly less than their diesel counterparts. In short, diesel fuel contains about 15% more energy than gasoline. In addition, diesel engines also have heavier parts and therefore create more torques. This means that cars with diesel engines can drive longer on the liter. However, it is worth taking into account that diesel engines generally are not particularly suitable for shorter trips.

How to determine how far cars drive on the liter?

Vehicle fuel consumption is determined by an independent laboratory on the basis of a carefully determined test method. The factory-declared numbers can therefore be used when comparing the energy efficiency of different cars.

However, it does not mean that a car will actually run as far under normal conditions. Actual fuel consumption depends on a number of factors, including your driving style, weather conditions, temperature and terrain. The car magazine has, from an interview with two experts in eco-driving, collected a list of 5 tips for fuel efficient driving, which you can take a look at if you want to learn to drive further on the liter.

Drive from Zealand to Paris on a tanky

According to an English website , the aforementioned Hyundai i20 runs for example approx. 85% of the factory-declared number, corresponding to approx. 26.6 km / l. With a fuel capacity of 45 liters, the Hyundai i20, which runs around 1,200 kilometers on one tank. If you live in Zealand and have a self-catering holiday, you do not have to stop at a gas station before you reach Paris.

Annual savings with a fuel economy car

If you drive in Hyundai in the 20’s, it costs about 450 kroner to fill the tank with a diesel prize of 10 kroner. So if you drive 20,000 kilometers a year, you can actually visit the service stations 17 times in a year – if you feel and feel, the tank fills all the way to the breaking point. It gives an annual price of approx. 7,650 kroner on diesel.

Several of the cars are relatively expensive, but if it’s a car you’re planning to keep for many years, it’s worth paying a little extra for a fuel-efficient car that, in turn, saves you a lot of money for gasoline or diesel. Although fuel prices are swinging, the price of petrol is currently around NOK 11 per liter.

This means that if you drive on average 20,000 kilometers a year and have a car that runs 13 kilometers per kilometer. liter of gasoline, it means you spend about 17,000 DKK per year alone on gasoline. This means that you can potentially fill the gasoline “free” on your car for over a year if you change your thirsty petrol car with a more fuel-efficient car that travels further on the liter.

Save money on car insurance when you buy a new car

The price of your car insurance depends to a large extent on your car. Here you can see, among other things, the engine size, safety, and age of the car. By replacing your old gasoline engine with a new economic car, you save not only fuel consumption, but you will also probably save on the insurance premium.
Generally, new cars are produced with better safety, and damage will therefore be easier and cheaper to repair. New cars usually do not usually break down as often, and therefore a greenhouse insurance will be cheaper for the same reason.

It may be a good idea before you buy a new car to go in and check how much it costs to insure. For example, it was found in a quick price comparison that the Toyota Prius was 45% more expensive to insure compared to a Fiat 500. The comparison is based on the same test person and with a skate insurance. This corresponds to a difference of over 1,200 kroner annually between the cheapest deals for the cars.