British experts called the best cars with economical 1.0-liter engineJune 10, 2019
Thematic rating was compiled by the British edition of Whatcar. Experts identified immediately ten cars that fully meet all the requirements.
The modern auto industry has again turned to cars equipped with ultra-compact engines: such cost-effective power units are increasingly found in the current model lines of different brands. That is why the British edition of “Whatcar” decided to make the TOP 10 best cars with liter engines. The first place goes to Volkswagen Golf, under the hood of which lies a 110-strong liter TSI turbo engine. This VW Golf consumes an average of 4.7 liters per 100 kilometers.
On the second line of the ranking is the Korean hatchback KIA Rio 1.0 T-GDi. In the case of this model we are talking about power of 100 horsepower. The fuel consumption of the Rio is the same as that of the German Golf. Closes the top three yet another car from Volkswagen – this Polo with a liter 95-horsepower engine. Fuel consumption on the highway per 100 kilometers is 4.6 liters.
The fourth place belongs to the Spanish hatchback Seat Leon, equipped with a 115-horsepower engine. Fuel consumption of this model is 4.4 liters per 100 km. In fifth place – a stylish citycar Kia Picanto. The next two lines of the ranking occupy Volkswagen Up and Seat Ibiza. The fuel consumption of both models is 4.4 liters for every hundred – quite a traditional indicator for this kind of car. The eighth was the compact Skoda Citigo hatchback, which is responsible for the efficiency of the 60-liter engine. This model has a slightly lower fuel consumption than its predecessors – 4.3 liters per 100 km. Complement the top 10 Suzuki Baleno and Volkswagen Up.
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