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The cars that consume less fuel in Spain, according to the OCU

Date: June 25, 2024 Time: 14:46:32

The consumption figures of a car are important, since they will determine the expense that we will have to assume each month when going through the gas station. Obviously, choose one type of engine or another, depending on whether the car needs gasoline, diesel or gas to run or if it is electric or hybrid. According to the Organization of Consumers and Users, this decision has to be weighed, taking into account fuel prices, on the one hand, and the availability of gasoline or a recharging point, on the other.

Many times, the consumption figures stipulated by the brands differ slightly from reality since the tests carried out do not necessarily correspond 100% to the reality of each driver. The type of roads we travel on, the maintenance we do on the vehicle and how we drive also influence the fuel consumption of a car.

The OCU has prepared a list in which it selects the cars with the lowest consumption in each category: gasoline, diesel, CNG and LPG, plug-in hybrids, non-plug-in hybrids and micro-hybrids and, of course, electric (in terms of electricity spending). . Consumption figures are expressed in every 100 kilometers travelled.

The cars that spend the least according to their engine

Gasoline: the Toyota Aygo X has an expense of 4.8 liters per 100 kilometers, so filling your tank would be close to 56 euros. Diesel: the Renault Clio dci 100 CV is the model that consumes less in the list of diesels. The price would also be around 56 euros, taking into account that you also have to control the AdBlue tank. Microhybrids: the Fiat 500 1.0 with a microhybrid engine is the one that consumes the least, with an expense of 4.6 liters per 100 km. Non-plug-in hybrids: the Mazda 2 hybrid has an expense of 3.8 l/100 km. Plug-in hybrids: the plug-in hybrid Mercedes GLC with an expense of 0.4 liters per 100 kilometers In these cases, the consumption also depends on whether we plug in the car and we use it in electric mode or not. Electric: the Fiat 500e, which spends only 13 kWh per 100 km. LPG: the Dacia Sandero with LPG engine spends 6.9 liters per 100 kilometers. Filling the tank will cost 29.45 euros. CNG: the Seat Ibiza with a CNG engine spends 3.6 liters per 100 kilometers. It has two 13.8-kilo gas tanks and it would cost just 15 euros to fill them.

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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