02 May 2012

Which is the most fuel efficient car in India?

With the fuel prices skyrocketing every day in India, the price cautious Indians are panicking. That brings us to the question; which is the tested and proven car in India that delivers the most mileage. We could have two winners here in the Petrol and Diesel categories. What say you?
02 May 2012
Bangalore to Madurai and back at 100 kmph with full time AC on, we clocked about 18 km/ltr on VW Vento (One year old) just last week.
Ankita Katdare

Ankita Katdare

Computer Science
02 May 2012
I have read that Chevrolet Beat Diesel and Hyundai Eon are very fuel efficient. No personal experience though.
zaveri

zaveri

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02 May 2012
The latest version of tata indica (indica ev2) seems to be it. I read in some auto magazine that atleast ten different people took it for a ride and each one of them clocked 22-25 km/litre.

Basically i think all versions of indica starting from indica v2 are fuel efficient.
ABCD ABCD

ABCD ABCD

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04 May 2012
Is the category of hybrid cars included? I think, hybrid cars are efficient. Honda Civic claims that it gives 25+km/ltr
lovejeet

lovejeet

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04 May 2012
why to forget tata nano here...........😛.
zaveri

zaveri

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05 May 2012
mreccentric
Is the category of hybrid cars included? I think, hybrid cars are efficient. Honda Civic claims that it gives 25+km/ltr
Honda civic is a hybrid ?
zaveri

zaveri

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05 May 2012
bioramani
How about this?
https://www.theengineer.co.uk/1012493.article?cmpid=TE01#Video
Cool ! 3000 miles/gallon !

But what we really are looking for is the fuel efficient car that is in the market today
05 May 2012
zaveri
Cool ! 3000 miles/gallon !

But what we really are looking for is the fuel efficient car that is in the market today
That was more by way of an interesting aside. It is doubtful if such a car will ever come on the market at all.
However, that is what CE is about!
Gurjap

Gurjap

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06 May 2012
bioramani
I think they got that kind of mileage by switching the engine on only when the speed fell below a certain limit..... so obviously we aren't getting that.
Davinder kumar

Davinder kumar

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08 May 2012
don't forget about the Ford Fiesta Classic new version.....ford claims it's average 30 km/l in diesel version....
vikaskumar11233

vikaskumar11233

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02 Jun 2012
Maruti Cervo has been bestowed with top-class design and impressive fuel efficiencyand it is expected to help the company boost the sales volumes and increase the market share. This car is known as Suzuki Cervo on Japanese shores. The Indian version of this car will derive power from the refurbished FD8 fuelefficient petrol powerplant. Maruti Cervo is the expected replacement of the legendary Maruti 800 which would be positioned below Maruti Alto. The speculated mileage is over 25 kmpl.
Saandeep Sreerambatla

Saandeep Sreerambatla

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06 Jun 2012
Davinder kumar
don't forget about the Ford Fiesta Classic new version.....ford claims it's average 30 km/l in diesel version....

It claims 26 for petrol and 32 for diesel, but the reality is 14 or less for petrol and 18 or less for diesel. This is personal experience (Diesel one) of a manager in our organization.
jaspal rautela

jaspal rautela

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08 Jun 2012
why we not use petrol in diesel engine?

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