Petrol Saving (most fuel-efficient) Cars in Malaysia by Litre per Kilometer
For Malaysians, refueling our cars has to be one of the most constant drains to our wallets, especially now that the price of petrol in Malaysia has come back up. But as many of us depend on private vehicles as a primary mode of transport, we have no choice but to get our fill.
Car manufacturers these days understand our dilemma and strive to improve their vehicles’ engines in terms of fuel consumption so that drivers can get more mileage for less fuel. Many of today’s vehicles owe a lot of their fuel economy to their higher compression ratios.
The ranking below is purely based on fuel economy on estimated litre consumed per 100km. A lower value of L/100km indicates better fuel efficiency, and thus more petrol cost saving.
Here are the top most fuel-efficient cars in Malaysia for under RM100,000:
- Peugeot 208 1.2 PureTech (2018) – RM82179, fuel economy: 4.5L/100km
- Perodua Bezza 1.0 Standard G AT – RM35389, fuel economy: 4.7L/100km
- Mitsubishi Attrage GS (2016) – RM75250, fuel economy: 4.8L/100km
- Perodua Myvi 1.3 Standard G AT – RM43694, fuel economy: 5.0L/100km
- Suzuki Alto 1.0 A/T GLX – RM49888, fuel economy: 5.2L/100km
- Mazda 2 1.5 Sedan GVC – RM87586, fuel economy: 5.2L/100km
- Mitsubishi Mirage 1.2 – RM65749, fuel economy: 5.3L/100km
- Ford Fiesta SE AT – RM98488, fuel economy: 5.3L/100km
- Proton Saga 1.3 Standard MT – RM33123, fuel economy: 5.4L/100km
- Volkswagen Vento 1.2L TSI – RM93888, fuel economy: 5.5L/100km
- Proton Persona 1.6 Standard MT – RM41681, fuel economy: 5.6L/100km
- Kia Picanto 1.2 AT – RM61888, fuel economy: 5.6L/100km
- Honda Jazz 1.5 S (2018) – RM68422, fuel economy: 5.6L/100km
- Proton Iriz 1.3 MT – RM45760, fuel economy: 5.8L/100km
- Ford Fiesta Sport 1.5 (2017) – RM83401, fuel economy: 5.8L/100km
- Hyundai i10 1.1L (2016) – RM51234, fuel economy: 5.9L/100km
- Toyota Vios 1.5G (AT) (2016) – RM89800, fuel economy: 6.3L/100km
- Volkswagen Polo Sedan 1.6MPI – RM79944, fuel economy: 6.5L/100km
- Nissan Almera 1.5L E AT (2018) – RM68129, fuel economy: 6.7L/100km
- Kia Rio 1.4 MPI (2018) – RM75381, fuel economy: 7.2L/100km
- Honda City 1.5L S – RM76100, fuel economy: 7.5L/100km
Here are the top most fuel-efficient cars in Malaysia for above RM100,000:
- MINI Cooper 3 Door – RM188888, fuel economy: 4.7L/100km
- AUDI A4 2.0 TFSI – RM234852, fuel economy: 5.0L/100km
- BMW 118i Sport – RM166808, fuel economy: 5.1L/100km
- BMW 730Li (2017) – RM598800, fuel economy: 5.8L/100km
- Honda Civic 1.8S (2018) – RM104214, fuel economy: 6.3L/100km
- MINI Cooper S Countryman – RM269888, fuel economy: 6.5L/100km
- Hyundai Elantra 2.0 Executive (2018) – RM109888, fuel economy: 7.2L/100km
- Toyota Camry 2.0E (2018) – RM140229 fuel economy: 7.3L/100km
The starting price of each vehicle model could change from time to time, we will try to update this post as frequent as we can. In the meantime, you can do a car spec comparison using the Car Comparison tool by Carbase.my.
Check out the most popular cars in Malaysia too.
So, what do you think?
Which car model are you using right now? Is your car model featured in the list above?
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