Modern cars consume less fuel.
From year to year, car manufacturers strive to make cars more economical in terms of gasoline consumption. But these 5 famous brands produce cars with the smallest expenditure of fuel, at .
Protection Agency environmental (EPA) published its latest annual report, which calculated the average fuel consumption from car manufacturers from all over the world. From these data it is evident that with each passing year, cars become more environmentally friendly and consume less fuel. This is possible thanks to modern technologies: exhaust gas recirculation, turbochargers with variable geometry, to improve fuel composition, new materials and hybrid technologies.
The reported figure of fuel consumption for each of the company (in litres per 100 kilometers) is calculated as the total average value for all cars of all models of this brand, sold during the year.
It is interesting to note that Volkswagen was excluded from the EPA rating, because after the recent scandal involving the environmental protection, the company still carefully investigated.
So, the most economical companies of 2016:
No. 5. Hyundai
Hyundai rounded out the top-5 automotive brands economical with an average result of fuel consumption of 8.46 l/100 km. This result ahead of the competition from Kia in the whole of 0.48 l/100 km.
No. 4. Nissan (Nissan and Infiniti)
Nissan missed out on 3rd place Subaru, but the result is 8,31 l/100 km is still great. They also boast improved over the past year by 0.4 l/100 km. Nissan and Subaru use the advantages of continuously variable transmissions CVT. According to the EPA report, both companies use the CVT most other manufacturers.
No. 3. Subaru
Subaru backlog from the previous, less fuel-efficient automaker — only 0,01 l/100 km. the Result of the company’s 8.3 l/100 km becomes even more impressive when you consider that the entire line of cars, with the exception of the Subaru BRZ, it comes with all-wheel drive, which adds weight.
No. 2. Honda (Honda and Acura)
Нonda, together with its subsidiary Acura, only slightly behind the Mazda, with an average consumption for all models of 8.15 l/100 km No. 1. Mazda
Well, when the car is pleasant to look at, is also the most effective. Mazda takes first place in ranking EPA most fuel-efficient automakers with an average fuel consumption of 8.1 l/100 km. in addition, EPA noted a variety of energy-saving technologies, which use car company. Mazda is the only one with direct injection applied on all models.