With its impressive 1.5L diesel engine, the Hyundai Venue Diesel is said to get 23.4 km/l of fuel efficiency. With a 45-liter fuel tank, it can theoretically travel 1053 kilometers on a single full tank.

Hyundai Venue Diesel

With a 50L fuel tank and a stated mileage of 21.4 km/l for the manual diesel variant, the Hyundai Creta has an effective on-paper range of 1070 km.

Hyundai Creta Diesel

A claimed 24.1 km/l is achieved by the Kia Sonet. With a 45-liter fuel tank, the Kia Sonet can travel 1084 kilometers on paper with a full tank of fuel.

Kia Sonet Diesel

The Nexon received a recent update from Tata, but the diesel engine remained the same. The claimed mileage for the Nexon Diesel is 24 km/l, and it has a 44L fuel tank. On paper, it can travel 1056 kilometers on a single tank of fuel.

Tata Nexon Diesel

Two hybrid variants are available for the Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara. One is a mild hybrid system while the other is a strong hybrid system that gets a claimed mileage of 27.97 km/l. It can travel 1258 kilometers (on paper) on a single tank of fuel because to its 45-liter capacity.

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Hybrid

Toyota Innova Hycross Hybrid has a fuel tank capacity of 52L and a claimed mileage of 23.24 km/l. This means that the Innova Hycross has an effective range (on paper) of 1208 kilometers, which is remarkable for a vehicle of this size.

Toyota Innova Hycross

The claimed combined mileage of the Honda City e-HEV is 27 km/l. With a 40L fuel tank, it can theoretically travel 1080 kilometers on a full tank of fuel. One of the most efficient hybrid vehicles available in India is the Honda City Hybrid, which is also a very comfortable cruiser.

Honda City e-HEV

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