Actual consumption in 2016: 10 cars less than 5 l / 100 km

2016 ends, so touch pass balance. Today we offer a ranking of the 10 cars that consume less everyone who has tried our Technical Center. Who wins?Cars that consume less in 2016Cars that consume less in 2016Cars that consume less in 2016Cars that consume less in 2016

Find cars today than approve consumption below 5 l / 100 km medium is relatively simple. But the task is complicated when we talk about consumption in actual use, away from the idyllic laboratory conditions. And that, precisely, is one of the measurements that historically made our Technical Center all cars we tested, measuring both its Real spending on road and urban use.

They therefore do today what the balance cars that have actually spent less this 2016 of almost 200 cars that we could try. In the first place we find, as happened last year with the Citroen C4 Cactus, a car powered by the highly efficient French BlueHDI 1.6 engine PSA in its variant of 100 hp. This time the winner was the new Citroën C3, which despite not being the best in class in terms of drag, comply with such only 4,17 l / 100 km average consumption, figure resulting from applying a 60% highway driving at 100 km / h and 40% of urban use. Here we also find the Peugeot PSA 2008, away only a couple of tenths above C3. The links of each car will find all of our real data.

And if we talk about the top ten of all cars who have passed through our hands this year, only found in this ranking two cars with petrol engines and Hyundai Ioniq- -Kia Niro, both hybrids. Both have the same technology, shared platform and mechanical elements, and a propellant of 1.6 liter displacement associated with an automatic dual clutch is assisted by an electric motor. Both have settled less than 4.5 l / 100 km average actual consumption. Other propellant noted for exceptional fuel economy is the engine 3-cylinder diesel BMW, mounted on the 1 Series with EfficientDynamics finish, and noted for a good balance between consumption and performance: Only he can criticize some lack of refinement.

BMW 116DAlready in the segment Diesel saloons find Volkswagen Passat Bluemotion and the Skoda Superb Greenline, both powered by version 1.6 TDI engine 120 hp and a package of measures aimed at reducing consumption. In any type of tour content with a very small amount of fuel and, instead, dynamically meet the minimum of dynamism that he may require a saloon for road journeys even at speeds above legal. The list is completed with a Clio 1.5 dCi 90 hp and Citroen C-Elysee 1.6 BlueHDI 100 hp. Below you can see the complete list of 10 cars they have less spent.

CARSAverage consumption (l / 100 km)ROAD CONSUMPTION (l / 100 km)Fuel consumption (l / 100 km)
Citroen C3 1.6 BlueHDI 100 hp4,173,954.51
Peugeot 2008 1.6 100 HP BlueHDI4.364.224.58
Kia Niro 1.6 HEV 141 hp4.464.823.93
Ioniq Hyundai 1.6 GDI 141 hp4,484.724,13
BMW 116d EfficientDynamics 116 hp 5p4.614.025,49
Peugeot 2008 1.6 120 HP BlueHDI4.614.424.90
Volkswagen Passat Bluemotion 1.6 TDI 120 hp4.634.225.25
Renault Clio 1.5 DCI 90 CV4.804.515.23
Skoda Superb 1.6 TDI Greenline 120 hp4.814.315.57
Citroen C-Elysee 1.6 BlueHDI 1004.884.725,13

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