Fuel efficiency is one important factor that most people consider before purchasing a car. This is because the price of fuel is never stable and can increase at any point or time making it very hard for one to maintain their car. Below is a list of some of the most fuel efficient SUVs that you can buy in Kenya.
1. Mitsubishi outlander PHEV.
Whenever listing some of the most fuel efficient SUVs in Kenya, the Mitsubishi outlander PHEV will always top the list since it defers from most hybrid vehicles that you will get in Kenya. This is because this car is a plug in hybrid. This means that you do not have to rely on the engine to recharge the battery of this hybrid car as it is in most hybrid vehicles. This also means that you can drive this vehicle without any fuel as it can act as an electric vehicle while being powered by its batteries. This vehicle can give you an average distance of 50 kilometres when running on its battery alone. It takes about 5 hours to charge this car using a conventional charger while it takes about one hour to fully charge this vehicle using its engine.
2. Honda Vezel.
This car is becoming popular on Kenyan roads. This is because this hybrid SUV has proven to be very reliable. The Honda Vezel is a five seater crossover SUV that has been in production since 2013. In some market's, this car is onown as the Honda HR-V and it is believed to have a fuel consumption of 21km/l.
3. Toyota Harrier Hybrid.
The Toyota harrier is very famous in Kenya for its comfort and reliability. The Toyota Harrier Hybrid comes with power, functionality and luxury. This vehicle is powered by a 2.5 liter dynamic Force engine that gives you a fuel efficiency of 21.40 km/L.
4. Toyota RAV4 hybrid.
The Toyota RAV4 hybrid is not that popular Kenya. This vehicle is very comfortable and luxurious. The Toyota RAV4 hybrid is powered by a 2.5 liter engine assisted by two electric motors that produce a combined output of 219 horsepower. This car has a fuel consumption of 7.3 liters per 100 kilometres.
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