5 super fuel-efficient cars

When you are purchasing a new car on a budget, there are two major things you may be especially likely to consider. One of those might be how much it costs you to purchase the vehicle, whether upfront or via car finance in Essex. The other may be the car’s fuel efficiency, which – after all – will be a key factor in the vehicle’s all-round cost-effectiveness.

Let’s give you some ideas, then, with the five cars below being some of the most fuel-efficient models presently available to buyers.

  1. Toyota Yaris 1.5 Hybrid – 59.93mpg

With an MPG of around 59.93, the Toyota Yaris 1.5 Hybrid is arguably the most fuel-efficient car on the market today. Not only this, but it is one of the cheaper hybrid cars, setting you back less than its peers at just over £20,000.

Although other small cars are more spacious than the Toyota Yaris, this hybrid doesn’t struggle to get up to speed. This perky car can do 0-60mph in 9.0 sec, which is more than decent for a car of this size and price range.

  1. Suzuki Ignis 1.2 Dualjet Hybrid – 59.9mpg

Unlike many other cars labelled as ‘hybrids’, the Suzuki Ignis 1.2 Dualjet Hybrid is technically a mild hybrid, fitted with a small electric motor which reduces the strain on the 1.2-litre engine.

With an average fuel consumption of 59.9mpg, this mild hybrid is remarkably efficient. One benefit of this car is that, although there is the option to switch into four-wheel drive, this does not massively increase the fuel consumption. In fact, even if you use the four-wheel drive feature of this car, the average MPG will only drop to around 53.3, which is still super fuel efficient.

  1. Vauxhall Astra 1.6 CDTi 110 Ecoflex – 56.3mpg

Vauxhall Astras often get a bit of a bad reputation, typically dismissed as a starter car for those who have just passed their test. However, the most recent variety of the Vauxhall Astra is a lot more lightweight, allowing it to rightfully take the third spot of the most fuel-efficient cars on the market.

On average, you can expect to get 56.3mpg with a Vauxhall Astra 1.6 CDTi 110 Ecoflex. In addition, this car is particularly spacious for its compact size, and comes with a moderately affordable price tag.

  1. SEAT Leon 1.6 TDI 110 Ecomotive – 56.0mpg

The SEAT Leon 1.6 TDI 110 Ecomotive is more of a family sized car than the others we have listed here. It comes with five doors as standard, the perfect size to safely transport your family in comfort and style.

And of course, this version of the SEAT Leon is formidably fuel efficient, with the average MPG sitting at around 56. Although this car is particularly good at handling, you might need to get used to its firm ride.

  1. Volkswagen Up 1.0 75 – 55.9mpg

The Volkswagen Up is a fantastic car for nipping about the city, or for commuting to and from work. There are many Volkswagen Ups to choose from, but the most efficient is the 74bhp 1.0-litre petrol model.

Choose any one of these highly rated models, and you can expect to get more out of everything you put in your car’s tank for years to come. That’s an increasingly important consideration amid recent worries about petrol availability and prices. So, why not apply today for the great car finance deal that could enable you to buy the best vehicle for you?