Especially a country like Nigeria, there are many reasons to consider a fuel efficient car, especially with the regular hike in fuel prices. Besides this, there are some other advantages of driving such cars one might want to consider: aerodynamism, speed, engine type, size and weight, axle ratio and low emission. Here are our top 8 most efficient cars for the Nigerian environment.
Styling stands out, comfortable and quiet cabin, smooth ride The Sonata features Genesis-inspired styling with a bit less flourish; it’s contemporary, with powertrains to match. A 185-hp 2.4-liter inline-four with a six-speed automatic is standard. It has an estimated fuel economy rating is within the range of about 8.5 kilometers per liter to about 13.9 Km/L
Efficient four-cylinder, refined road manners, spacious interior, Uninspired acceleration, busy styling, key infotainment features are missing. So much better that it’s finally good, the Camry looks to remake its reputation with an expressive new look and a tauter, more responsive chassis the Camry has been the best-selling passenger car in America for 15 straight years, but that doesn’t mean it has also been the best family sedan—quite the contrary Its estimated fuel economy within the range of about 9.8 Km/L to about 13.6 Km/L.
This is basic four-door hatchback comes with a good warranty and a maximum fuel-economy rating of 43 mpg highway, Cheap to acquire, cheap to own, cheap to operate, contemporary-ish styling. Cheap-looking interior, flaccid reflexes, weak-sauce three-cylinder, irritating CVT and Its estimated fuel economy within the range of about 11.2 Km/L to about 17.3 Km/L.
Its angled headlamps and sharply creased bodywork give the RAV4 an assertive presence, but don’t be fooled—under the skin, it’s a practical, comfortable, and easygoing, Standard active safety tech, spacious and well-built cabin, tons of cargo space. It has an estimate fuel economy range of about 12.75 Km/L to about 15.73 Km/L.
The Corolla Standard active safety features, spacious back seat, inexpensive. Stultifying performance, subpar fuel economy, questionable materials quality A small car for those who just want to get there. Its estimated fuel economy range is from about 10.00 Km/L to about 13.7 Km/L.
More than just a budget box, the Forte offers lots of features at a pocket-pleasing price Grown-up styling, quick turbo powertrain, affordable pricing. Unenthusiastic base engine, competitors are more spacious, hatchback model lacks some active safety tech its A perfectly capable car in a class where several excellent rivals rule. . Its estimate fuel economy rating is within the range of about 10.7 Km/L to about 14.5 Km/L.
Not many vehicles successfully combine style, dynamics, and value in a compact package, but the Mazda 3 does. Dapper styling, joyous road manners, upscale cabin and trimmings Lacks low-end grunt, some ride choppiness, short on luxury amenities. And this is one-star aging into a silver fox. Its estimated fuel economy range is from about 10.6 Km/L to about 13.9 Km/L.
The Civic exemplifies automotive excellence and mixes fun with efficiency and practicality. Fun to drive, strong turbocharged engine, comfortable ride. The Civic isn’t perfect, but it’s great where it counts. Its estimated fuel economy range is from about 12.3 Km/L to about 13.9 Km/L.