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The number of drivers in the US is still increasing everyday and SUVs (and crossovers) are often the most popular. Other cars accounted for only 30% of all cars, down from 50% market share as in 2013.

Of course, the most fuel-efficient SUVs are electric models – be it Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid or full EV. Hyundai Kona Electric leads the way in all of these vehicles, driving just 1.78 liters of fuel per 100km in the city and 2.18 liters of fuel per 100km of highway.

However, most EV and hybrid cars still cost more than regular gasoline cars. The aforementioned Kona Electric is priced at $ 15,150 more than a car with an internal combustion engine of similar capacity.

So what are the most fuel-efficient SUVs for 2019 that only run on regular gasoline?

10. Subaru Forester

9.05 / 7.13 / 8.11 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

The Subaru Forester is Subaru’s second best-selling car, after the Outback. The car is spacious, comfortable, and comes standard with an all-wheel-drive system and an affordable price. Forester is equipped with 2.5L engine with 4-wheel drive system and continuously variable CVT.

9. Nissan Rogue

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9.05 / 7.13 / 8.11 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

Nissan Rogue is one of the most sold SUVs. Providing smooth driving ability and relative power, the only drawback of the car is the cry of the CVT gearbox emitted when the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine increases the number of revs. The petrol version with optional all-wheel drive system has a fuel consumption of 9.41 liters and 7.35 liters / 100 km (city / highway), and the Hybrid version of Rogue has consumption. Fuel up to 7.13 liters and 6.72 liters / 100 km (city / highway).

8. Toyota C-HR

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8.71 / 7.59 / 8.11 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

With special design style, Toyota C-HR is the “em” of the RAV4 model. Like RAV4, this model also emits noise when running. The car is equipped with a 2.0L four-cylinder engine paired with a CVT continuously variable transmission. Unlike most other SUVs and crossovers, the C-HR uses front-wheel drive.

7. Toyota RAV4

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8.71 / 6.92 / 7.84 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

Toyota RAV4 is Toyota’s best-selling model. Not only is it a fuel-efficient SUV, but it also has many technologies, including a standard automatic forward braking system to help avoid accidents. 2.5L four-cylinder engine generates impressive power through a smooth 8-speed automatic transmission. RAV4 is equipped with different 4-wheel drive systems depending on the version, with fuel consumption from 9.41 liters and 7.13 liters / 100 km to 8.71 liters and 6.92 liters / 100km (finished). city ​​/ highway).

6. Hyundai Kona

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8.41 / 7.35 / 7.84 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

Hyundai Kona is Hyundai’s urban crossover. Vehicles equipped with 1.6L 4-cylinder turbocharged engine and 7-speed automatic transmission as standard. With all-wheel drive, Kona’s fuel consumption is 9.05 liters and 8.11 liters / 100 km (city / highway). With the larger 2.0L 4-cylinder engine version, fuel consumption of the front-wheel drive system is 8.71 liters and 7.13 liters / 100 km (city / highway) and 9.41 liters and 7.84 liters / 100 km (city / highway) with all-wheel drive.

5. Honda HR-V

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8.4 / 6.92 / 7.84 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

The Honda HR-V is a more premium and more comfortable alternative to the chassis-sharing hatchback model – Honda Fit. The second “magic seat” row can be folded flat or pulled forward to create more space for the cargo compartment. This model is powered by a 1.8L 4-cylinder engine through a CVT continuously variable transmission. HR-V has a fuel consumption of 8.71 liters and 7.59 liters / 100 km (city / highway) with 4-wheel drive system.

4. Honda CR-V

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8.4 / 6.92 / 7.84 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

Honda CR-V is one of the best-selling SUV models. Although the interior design is larger and more spacious than the HR-V, the fuel consumption of both cars is equal. This e model is powered by a turbocharged 1.5L 4-cylinder engine. The regular version has a turbocharged 1.5L 4-cylinder engine with fuel consumption of 9.05 liters and 7.35 liters / 100 km (city / highway). With all-wheel drive, fuel consumption will be 8.71 liters and 7.13 liters / 100 km (city / highway).

3. Kia Soul

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8.11 / 6.72 / 7.59 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

Kia Soul owns a 2.0L naturally aspirated engine, the car has a fuel consumption of 8.11 liters, 6.72 liters and 7.59 liters / 100 km respectively (city / highway / mix). , making this crossover top 3 in terms of fuel economy. Soul is one of the few crossover models without a 4-wheel drive system and uses a CVT continuously variable transmission.

2. Lexus UX 200

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8.11 / 6.36 / 7.13 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

Lexus UX 200 is the smallest SUV of the Japanese luxury car company, targeting customers who live in the city. This model is equipped with a powerful 2.0L 4 cylinder engine, fuel economy and continuously variable CVT gearbox capable of simulating 10 levels automatically. Although all-wheel drive can be fitted on a hybrid engine version, the UX 200 will not be available.

1. Nissan Kicks

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7.59 / 6.53 / 7.13 liters / 100 km (city / highway / mixed)

Nissan Kicks is a subcompact SUV that conveys comfort and compact elements, but can still transport goods with standard automatic brakes to ensure safety. While not the fastest SUV on the list when it comes with a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine and a CVT continuously variable transmission, this is the most fuel-efficient vehicle and is equipped with front-wheel drive only. .

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Separating the ‘unique’ SUV rear end

The owner of an SUV called Mercury Mountaineer (a relative of Ford Explorer) decided to separate the rusty rear end, to use the rest for another purpose, in a very unique way. Due to the nature of the chassis and the split body of the SUV, the owner ties the car to the upper body at the rear and the other end to tie, then just need to run the car.

According to Motor1

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