Hyundai i10 Grand NIOS is India's most fuel-efficient entry-level hatchback
These segment customers are the mass buyers. The aspirational car buyers, who would upgrade from a two-wheeler. or the enthusiastic young earners who fulfill their dream of buying a car.
With rising fuel prices and the ever-increasing commute distances, we are spending more and more money on fuel for our cars.
Further, cars produced a few years back were not as fuel-efficient as the ones being sold today. This means that if you are tired of spending thousands of rupees each month on filling up your car, it is time to probably look at investing in some of the most fuel-efficient cars in India.
Gone are the days when buyers thought only of diesel cars when it came to fuel efficiency. Nowadays, the difference in petrol and diesel fuel prices is reducing and potential customers are now considering petrol vehicles due to its lower initial cost compared to a diesel vehicle in that segment.
While the petrol-powered vehicles are considered more environmentally friendly due to lower initial cost and better NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) levels, their diesel-powered counterparts offer low-end torque and good resale value in the Indian market.
Auto Punditz presents to you the list of most fuel-efficient entry-level hatchbacks.