Honda Civic Hybrid
Though it’s a little pricy, compared to most cars in this list, its fuel economy compensates for the slightly high price.
The hybrid has a 1.5L four-cylinder engine, fuel consumption of up to 18 kmpl and assisted when necessary by a 17kW electric motor. Unlike other hybrid cars, the Honda Civic doesn’t charge on a wall socket, the lithium-ion (Li-Ion) battery is recharged as you drive.
This car has been on the road for a long time and over the years it has seen major improvements. The Golf uses either petrol or diesel; the diesel engine is 1.6L and petrol engine is 1.2L, this may vary depending on model year.
Not only is the car fuel efficient, it’s highly comfortable and spacious. The car has a consumption of up to 15 Kmpl.
Toyota Corolla is a stress-free economical car which promises years of good reliability. Other than excellent fuel economy, the car boasts of spacious interior, illustrious reliability and affordable price (a little higher than most cars in the list).
It has a 4-cylinder engine ranging from 1.5L to 1.8L which runs on both petrol and diesel.
Tiida is a low cost maintenance car with a great fuel economy, the only thing that lets it down is the lack of safety features.
The car has a powerful engine, spacious interior and loads of other features. Nissan Tiida has an engine of 1800cc and fuel consumption of up to 15 Kmpl.