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From Toyota to Mercedes-Benz: which 5 SUVs consume less gasoline

From Toyota to Mercedes-Benz: which 5 SUVs consume less gasoline

The IS gasoline is ready to be in the background. As time goes on, automakers take more actions to achieve mobility 100% electric and other options hybrid and plug-in hybrid they start to apply more. To be a zero emissions industry. The road is long and insurance strategies will change as the years go by, but what is seen in the short term is a trend customers already meet. People, when buying a car, look not only for the cheapest price and the availability of spare parts in the future, but also which is environmentally friendly.

For this reason, searches start to be directed in that direction and listings seem to help future drivers. For example, the portal Car and driver developed a classification in the case of that SUVs consume less fuel and, after that, reflection 100% electric independence while driving. Some of them can be found in Argentina, as in the case of the Ford Kuga or the Toyota RAV4, while others, in this hybrid option, will have to wait to enter the local market.

The RAV4 is one of the best selling SUVs in the US and Argentina, its hybrid version is going strong
The RAV4 is one of the best selling SUVs in the US and Argentina, its hybrid version is going strong

Available in Argentina but subject to availability. This SUV has two electric motors and a 2.5-liter gasoline engine that allows it range 75 kilometers without resorting to conventional fuel. A power of 306 hp and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in six seconds are some of the additional components that attract attention. Now, in terms of gasoline consumption, it is a one of the most efficient: barely 1 liter per 100km.

The Ford Kuga hybrid is one of the most popular SUVs in the local market
The Ford Kuga hybrid is one of the most popular SUVs in the local market THE NATION

Another current option for Argentinian customers. The SUV originates from the United States in several aspects with the aforementioned and is positioned as an alternative to the hybrid market. 225 hp and independence 64 kilometers whose features should be highlighted. Same with its Japanese pair: 1 liter per 100km.

the vehicle with the longest electric range on this list;  the Range Rover is also a fuel-efficient SUV
the vehicle with the longest electric range on this list; the Range Rover is also a fuel-efficient SUV

British strength in all its glory. The premiere of the new generation comes with luxury, technology and efficiency at the service of the users. It is a case with the version plug-in hybrid which allows greater fuel savings: just 0.8 liters per 100km. But beyond that, other aspects to emphasize are speed and independence. Six cylinders and 440CV attract attention but the distance in 100% electric mode stands out the most: 112 kilometers.

The new generation of the BMW X1, in its hybrid format, offers very low fuel consumption
The new generation of the BMW X1, in its hybrid format, offers very low fuel consumption

Thanks to the combination of a combustion engine and an electric engine, this compact SUV achieves a power of 245CV and autonomy 89 kilometers in pure EV mode. Now, what is important in this case is the fuel consumption and it, like the Range Rover, of 0.8 liters per 100 km. This might be a less powerful alternative compared to the previous one but it certainly is more accessible.

The Mercedes-Benz GLE is, today, the SUV that consumes less fuel
The Mercedes-Benz GLE is, today, the SUV that consumes less fuel

The SUV that consumes less fuel to date. It achieves 320CV of power and offers an electric range 96 kilometers. Undoubtedly, two qualities that make it a very desirable model. However, it is the fact that consume 0.7 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers which makes it worthy of the top spot on this list.

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