which models consume the least?

When buying a car, one of the main criteria remains consumption. This is why today we offer you our own ranking of the most economical sedans on the market.

Each time a vehicle is tested, Auto Plus carries out its own measurements regarding consumption, completely independently. This is why we offer you here an exclusive ranking which highlights the real consumption of sedans.

The most economical diesel sedan

Audi A3 Sportback 2.0 TDI S tronic (150 hp)

photo credit: YANN LEFEBVRE / ERAS Audi A3 Sportback IV 35 TDi S-Tronic S-Line

This Audi A3 is proof that diesel still has some advantages. Indeed, it is not only the most economical sedan in the diesel category, it is also the most economical of all engines combined. The Audi A3 in this 2.0 TDI S tronic version has an average consumption of 5 l/100 km and even 4.5 l/100 km on the motorway! A perfect sedan for heavy riders if we put aside its price.

Our ranking of diesel sedans

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Behind the Audi A3, we find the Renault Megane 1.5 Blue dCi EDC (115) and two Volkswagen Golf 2.0 TDO DSG7 in 115 and 150 hp versions, both of which have an average consumption of 5.2 l/100 km.

The most economical petrol sedan

Citroën C4 1.2 PureTech (100 hp)

photo credit: NICOLAS SOLER / ERAS Citroën C4 III 1.2 Puretech 130 EAT8 Shine Pack

The Citroën C4 equipped with the 100 hp 1.2 PureTech engine is the most economical compact sedan on the market in the gasoline engine category. On average, it only requires 6 l/100 km. On the other hand, she is a bit gluttonous in the city. However, with its 50 l tank, its range can go beyond 800 km!

Our ranking of gasoline sedans

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Just behind, we find two compact sedans with German origins. You have the Opel Astra 1.2 Turbo (130 hp) and the Volkswagen Golf 1.5 eTSI DSG7 (150 hp) which have an average consumption of 6.1 l/100 km.

The most economical hybrid sedan

Honda Civic Hybrid (184 hp)

photo credit: NICOLAS SOLER / EMAS Honda Civic XI 2.0 e:HEV 184 Advance

In the compact hybrid sedan category, it is the Honda Civic that stands out. It has an average consumption of 5.8 l/100 km. It is the only one in the category to display consumption below 6 l/100 km. Also note that it will require 0.5 l/100 km less in town.

Our ranking of hybrid sedans

photo credit: Auto Plus (1) Average electrical autonomy. (2) Empty battery consumption

Then, you find two versions of the Toyota Corolla. The Corolla 1.8 Hybrid (140 hp) and the Corolla 2.0 Hybrid (196 hp) which have an average consumption of 6 l/100 km. Logically, we find the three simple hybrids in the first positions, because they are not disadvantaged by the significant weight of the batteries of the plug-in hybrids.

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