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Forget About Fuel Prices!!!! Here Are Top 5 Less Fuel Consuming Vehicles

Welcome home my dear friend.

As fuel prices keep shooting up in, one has no option to settle for a less fuel consumption vehicle in other to save more money.

Provided below are top 7 vehicles with less fuel consumption capacity.

Kia Picanto Morning

The Kia Picanto is one of the most loved minicars by many Ghanians.

Kia Rio has been around in Ghana since 2004. The car is sold under the nameplate ‘morning’ in its home market in South Korea.

The Picanto comes in 1.0-, 1.1-, and 1.2-litre petrol engines.

In fact there is also a 1.1-litre diesel and a 1.0-litre petrol/gas engine. It is very fuel-efficient, offering almost 20km per litre of fuel.

This vehicle comes in both 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions.

Though very fuel efficient, it comes with a taste of luxury. The interior and exterior of the Kia Picanto offer great comfort to its users.

Suzuki Alto

Built in India, Suzuki Alto represents one of the best selling cars in India.

One accountable reason for this will because it is highly fuel-efficient, which implies that it fits into the frugal spending habits of most Indians.

The Suzuki Alto, also referred to as Alto 800 has been around in Ghana automarket for a while, and has a experienced rapid sales.

Suzuki Alto greets you with its sleek design and creative grille.

Inside, you are welcomed to a spacious interior fitted with latest car-technologies.

Apart from these appealing qualities, the Alto allows you save money on fuel.

Suzuki Alto comes with either 796cc (0.8-litre) and 998cc (1.0-litre) engines, which offer the most fuel-efficient car in Ghana currently.

The Alto will take you about 23km per litre of fuel.

It comes in both 5-speed manual and 5-speed semi-automatic transmission (AMT).

The Alto will give you about 23km per liter of fuel.

Hyundai i10

Hyundai i10 comes in both 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions as well as different engine specifications – 1.0-, 1.1-, 1.2-litre petrol and 1.1-litre diesel.

The Hyundai i10 vehicle is impressive on fuel consumption, offering almost 22km per litre of fuel.

Other features found in the Hyundai i10 includes air conditioning, electric front windows, foldable rear seats to increase cargo space, CD audio system, passenger and driver airbags, central locking, and front and rear crumple zones.

This car guarantees a jolly ride for both Rider and passengers.

Toyota Yaris

With Toyota Yaris, you get good value for money.

The Vitz is the nameplate under which the Yaris is sold in its country of origin (Japan).

It comes with a wide range of transmission including a 5-speed manual, a 4-speed automatic, a 6-speed manual diesel, and a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission or shiftless transmission).

Similar models of the Toyota brands which offers efficient fuel economy like the Yaris includes; Toyota Echo, and Toyota Platz. The Toyota Yaris comes with a combined MPG of 33.

Chevrolet Spark/Matiz

Chevrolet Spark or Matiz has enjoyed more wider acceptance amongst commercial vehicle drivers.

Just like the other cars on this list, with the Spark, you save heavily on fuel expenses.

The Chevy Matiz/Spark comes in four different powertrains – 0.9-, 1.1-, and 1.2-litre petrol engines and a 0.9-litre diesel engine. There is a 4-speed automatic, a 5-speed manual, and a CVT auto.

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