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February 09, 2017 15:17

Fuel economy is the last thing you could associate big, hunky SUVs with, which boasts of go anywhere credentials. But considering our country’s demand for fuel efficient vehicle, even SUVs aren’t spared of the Indian choices. So a robust body, comfortable interior, practicality and outstanding off-road capabilities, the SUVs with good fuel efficiency is a win-win situation for Indian conditions. Here are listed some of the SUVs with best fuel efficiency in India.

  1. Volvo XC90: The second generation XC90 is offered with the four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine. The 2.0-litre mill develops 225bhp and 470Nm with an astounding fuel economy of 17.2kmpl. The XC90 is the epitome of luxury and safety, with plethora of active and passive safety kit, driver aids, creature comfort and convenience features and comes with many first-in-segment.
  2. Jaguar F-Pace: The F-Pace made its Indian debut with two diesel engine options. The 2.0-litre turbocharged Ingenium engine makes 177bhp and 430Nm. With an eight-speed automatic transmission, the F-Pace returns an impressive fuel economy of 16.38kmpl. It is the first crossover from Jaguar and looks fantastic with the British carmaker’s latest design philosophy.
  3. Mahindra Scorpio: The Scorpio needs no introduction, as it has shown its presence for more than a decade. Available with a mild hybrid technology called Intelli-Hybrid, in conjunction to a 2.2-litre diesel engine. This assists in cranking the engine reducing engine load, implicating an increased fuel efficiency of 16.36kmpl. It can charge the batteries to power the electrical components too.
  4. Mahindra XUV500: It’s been half a decade since the XUV500 was introduced but received a cosmetic updates this year. Under the hood is the 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine delivering 140bhp and 330Nm through a 6-speed manual or automatic. The seven-seater has an impressive fuel economy figure of 16kmpl and comes with an optional AWD as well.
  5. BMW X5: The Bavarian SUV comes with a 3.0-litre straight six diesel engine that makes 258bhp and 559Nm. The eight-speed automatic transmits the power to the xDrive – BMW’s all-wheel drive system and the X5 returns a fuel economy of 15.97kmpl. With a spacious and luxurious cabin and car-like dynamics, the X5 is a successful model for BMW in India.
  6. Audi Q7: The flagship SUV from Audi always had a cult following in India. The newest iteration wears the family face with Xenons, LEDs and matrix headlights. Under the hood is a 3.0-litre TDI diesel producing 272bhp and 600Nm. With an eight-speed automatic powering the Audi’s Quattro all-wheel-drive system the Q7 offers a fuel economy of 14.75kmpl.
  7. Toyota Fortuner: The Fortuner has been the segment leader in hunky SUV segment in India. The all-new Toyota Fortuner is based on a new platform. It also gets new engines which include a 174bhp 2.8-litre turbodiesel sourced from the Innova. Coupled to either an automatic or manual transmission, the new Fortuner has an ARAI fuel economy rating of 14.2kmpl.
  8. Tata Safari Storme: The brawny SUV from Tata now comes with a 2.2-litre Varicor400 engine. Power output of 155bhp and 400Nm, is set to either rear or all wheels via a six-speed manual transmission, the Safari Storme has a fuel economy of 13.9kmpl. The Safari Storme gets Harman music system, decent cabin quality and features like airbags and ABS.
  9. Porsche Cayenne: The Cayenne is something you get when a sportscar manufacturer tries its hands on building an SUV. Possibly the most sporty SUV of the list, also comes with an efficient and powerful 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine producing 245hp and 550Nm of torque and has an astonishing fuel economy of 13.88kmpl.
  10. Ford Endeavour: Ford’s flagship SUV – the Endeavour is known for its rugged built and brawny drive. The latest generation is offered with two engine options. The 2.2-litre four-cylinder unit produces 158bhp and 385Nm. With six-speed manual or automatic transmission, the Endeavour has an ARAI fuel economy rating of 13.5kmpl.

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