In these advanced modern times where transportation is accessible to all, it is often discussed that the only problem now is the efficiency. Ever since the beginning of the age when humanity invented vehicular transports, it has been the goal in every manufacturer’s mind to make that perfect car that just doesn’t quit. From adjusting and getting the car to respond with more power and developing architectural designs to control it, the next best thing is now a reality. Yes, you guessed it; fuel efficiency.
In a market that’s running out of fuel, the need to have the current utilization of fuel reduced is the key to the future. That is being accomplished by inventing and manufacturing more efficient cars that are not only saving fuel but are anything but harm to the environment.
Top Efficient Cars:
Citroen C4 Cactus
First and the latest, most efficient car that has been seen in the world yet is Citroen C4 Cactus, the SUV. Even though SUVs aren’t really known for being efficient, this car is theoretically almost free to ride. With an average of almost 80 miles per gallon, you can imagine the kind of efficiency you can expect with this future-oriented design of elegance and efficiency. It’s true that the interior only comes in with an interior design that is comfortable and equipped with the latest Mirror Link, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. The driver of the car is reported to have been just above average. That’s a bit of a disappointment since that’s the kind of vehicle you can drive around a lot. But it is a marvelous example of efficiency and eco-friendly cars yet.
Second to the list is the Peugeot 308, the sequel to the 307 that’s much more refined and targeted for efficiency around the clock. Although the 308 looks like your average hatchback it has left a mark on the road with a killer mileage of about 55 mpg in the city whereas it gave almost 88 mpg on the highways. Sure, the hatchback is the same as the 307 but you can definitely customize and make it better with a classic car cover. These, fitted inside your car can enhance the luxurious experience of the car significantly.
Next on the list would be the Mirage. Mitsubishi’s family-oriented fuel-efficient project car has been out for a while now and the reviews that it has been getting have been nothing less than very satisfying. With a hatchback and a sedan G4 model available with fitted car cover and baby safety seats, can be your family’s car of choice. The car has gone 37 mpg in the city while it has been known to offer 44 mpg when taken on the highway.
Similar to the Mirage, Lexus took the initiative to come up with its own fuel-efficient car, the CT. A small class that paves the way to luxurious design and a marvel in detail. Although not known for Lexus’ niche, the CT happens to be a very reliable car when compared to the normal fuel-efficient projects taken up by different companies. The CT offers a lot of high tech gadgets that give more than just the information about the car. With a track record of offering almost 43 mpg on the city roads and almost the same on the highways, Lexus has given a lot of competition with a small luxurious class sedan that is so efficient in saving money even though it costs a lot. So, take it up on the roads and try to avoid getting traffic tickets.
Fuel efficiency is a concept that has been worked upon and will continue to be worked upon in the future. Because that’s what’s next. We have speeds; we have control, now we just need the freedom to utilize as much as we need without harming or wasting the natural resources of the planet.