Saturday, May 28, 2022
HomeFeatured ArticlesGoMechanic InformativeTop 5 Fuel-Efficient Petrol Cars Launched In 2021

Top 5 Fuel-Efficient Petrol Cars Launched In 2021

Fuel efficiency is one of the vital factors we Indians consider while buying a car, and with the hiked fuel prices, it has become even more critical to have fuel-efficient vehicles. The market has shifted towards petrol, making the manufacturers ditch diesel engines.

Watch our Latest Video On The GoMechanic YouTube Channel

This year, the automotive industry caught up to the old speed with many notable launches. Let’s look at the most fuel-efficient petrol cars that 2021 gave us:

  1. Maruti Suzuki Celerio: 26.68 km/l

    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio
    2021 Maruti Suzuki Celerio

    Maruti Suzuki has launched a new generation of their most selling family hatchback. The new Celerio has a fresh design along with new features & various trims based on the Heartect platform.

    Also Read: New 2022 Maruti Suzuki Celerio | 5 Things To Know

    It is powered by a DualJet K10 1.0L 3-cylinder petrol engine making 67hp & 89Nm torque. The VXi AMT variant is the most fuel-efficient with an average of 26.68 kmpl, followed by ZXi & ZXi+ minorly lacking behind with 26kmpl. The manual variants offer a mileage between 24.97-25.24 kmpl.

  2. Renault Kiger: 20.53 km/l

    5 car garages you can have under 15 lakhs
    Renault Kiger

    Kiger is the first sub-compact SUV from Renault that is available in 2 engine options; 1.0L turbo & 1.0 L naturally aspirated. Making 100hp & 152 Nm torque and 72hp & 96Nm torque respectively.

    Also Read:Renault Kiger; The Most Anticipated Sub-Compact SUV!

    It is based on the CMF-A+ platform, almost similar to Triber; the manual turbo is the most fuel-efficient variant with 20.53 kmpl. The naturally aspirated offers an average of 19.17kmpl.

    Schedule your car service with GoMechanic today!

  3. Hyundai i20 N-line:20.25 km/l

    Hyundai i20 N-Line
    Hyundai i20 N-Line

    The i20 N-Line is one of the sporty & spacious hatchbacks launched this year. The N-line brought a significant power upgrade with various cosmetic changes both in the interior & exterior of the car.

    Also Read: Hyundai i20 N-Line Launched, Offers Some Performance Upgrades

    It is powered by a 1.0L turbo making 120hp & 172Nm torque; the engine with the DCT transmission gives a fuel efficiency of 20.25kmpl. This figure is almost the same as the iMT giving a mileage of 20kmpl.

  4. Tata Punch: 18.97 km/l

    Tata PUNCH first in Segment features Revealed Ahead of Launch
    Tata PUNCH first in Segment features Revealed Ahead of Launch

    The Punch is one of the most amazing cars launched this year. This micro-SUV has good looks and features along with 5-star safety. The engine lacks some flare but, it already has a waiting period of over four months.

    Also Read:Tata Punch; It Came, It Saw, It Conquered

    It is powered by a 1.2L petrol engine churning out 86hp & 113Nm torque, and an ARAI certified fuel economy of 18.97kmpl with the manual transmission and 18.82kmpl with the AMT.

  5. Volkswagen Taigun: 18.47 km/l

    Volkswagen Taigun
    Volkswagen Taigun

    Taigun is one of the exceptionally well cars launched by VW along with its sibling Kushaq. This is VW’s contender in the midsize SUV segment with a well-sculpted design and a modern interior well versed with tech.

    Also Read: 5 things You Should Know About The Volkswagen Taigun!

    It offers 2 engine options; 1.0L TSI & 1.5L TSI making115hp & 178Nm torque and 150hp & 250Nm torque respectively. The 1.5L TSI with the manual transmission offers the best fuel efficiency of 18.47kmpll. The 1.0L TSI lacks a little with a mileage of 18.1kmpl.

    Follow The GoMechanic Blog On Google News


Yuvam Gupta
Mechatronics Engineer in the making. Automobile enthusiast Creating revving content. Living life 1/4 mile at a time. Always hustling for skills, experience, and knowledge.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Trending Articles

GoMechanic Newsletter