August 30, 2016

The Most Economical Diesel Cars

When buying a car, we pay attention not only to its price but also the expected operating costs. Among them is the priority share of spending on fuel. It is not surprising in the fact that people who drive a lot, mainly interested in versions with a diesel engine. Experience shows, however, that as given in the catalogs, high combustion is not worth giving faith. All the standardized NEDC cycle law, serving in the European Union to determine the level of combustion and emissions. The assumptions had to assist consumers in making purchase decisions by providing the data obtained in a similar manner. The practice has shown, however, that it is almost useless because some manufacturers quickly learned to use the smallest gap system to obtain very low scores artificially.

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So where do you draw knowledge of the real burning?

Top of the users themselves, asked about the appetite for fuel encountered one driver model, which is interested, it is too small attempt to give faith in the saving of a car. With the help come to us, however well organized, Germany. Community drivers gathered around split service monitor. De meticulously records obtained their results and publish them in the form of ranking located 50 most fuel-efficient cars. By the list of least developed smoking models in different segments. You can read it on consecutive slides.

Among the distinguished by our western neighbor's models is, of course, most small cars. It stems from the lack of a statement of the D-segment models and larger and fewer cars presented segment C.

Segment A

  1. Volkswagen Lupo 3L (1.2 TDI 61 hp): 3.7 l / 100 km
    2. Citroen C1 (1.4 HDI 54 hp): 4.2 l / 100 km
    3. Smart Fortwo (CDI 0.8, 41 hp or 55 hp): 4.2 l / 100 km

Segment B

  1. Audi A2 3L (1.2 TDI 61 hp): 3.6 l / 100 km
    2. Toyota Yaris (1.4 D-4D 75 hp or 90 hp): 4.8 l / 100 km
    3. Citroen C3 (1.4 HDI, 68 or 90 hp): 4.9 l / 100 km
    Fiat Panda (1.3 MultiJet, 70 hp or 75 hp): 4.9 l / 100 km
    Nissan Micra (1.5 dCi , 65km or 82 hp): 4.9 l / 100 km

Segment C

  1. Nissan Pulsar (1.5 dCi 110 hp): 5.0 l / 100 km
    2. Skoda Rapid (1.6 TDI 90 hp or 105 hp) 5.1 l / 100 kmRecognized in here Skoda Rapid is among compact cars, because although was built on the floor pan used even in the Volkswagen Polo, it is more appropriate dimensions compact cars.


1. Citroen C4 Cactus (1.6 HDI 92 hp or 100 hp) 4.8 l / 100 km
2. Honda HR-V (1.6 i-DETC, 120 hp): 5.0 l / 100 km
Peugeot 2008 (1.6 HDI, 75, 92, 1100, 115 or 120 hp): 5.0 l / 100 km
3. Renault Captur (1.5 dCi 90 hp or 110 hp) 5.1 l / 100 km

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