Top 5 Maruti Vehicles: Maruti Suzuki is a name that always comes to mind when we talk about fuel efficiency. The automaker produces some of the nation’s most fuel-efficient vehicles, many of which deliver over 24 kmpl (claimed). The auto idle start-stop feature is now standard on the majority of Maruti vehicles, helping them to use less fuel.
If you’re curious about which Maruti is the most fuel-efficient, check out our comprehensive list , which is also the top 5 Maruti Vehicles:
Maruti Grand Vitara
The most fuel-efficient Maruti here is the upcoming (mid-September) Grand Vitara, which promises to deliver 27.97kmpl! It is equipped with a Toyota 1.5-liter, three-cylinder, strong-hybrid engine that runs on gasoline and has a self-charging feature.
|Power||116PS (petrol and electric combined)|
|Torque||Up to 141Nm|
|Price||Expected in September|
The modest 1-liter Dual Jet petrol engine in the Celerio comes with automatic idle start-stop as standard. It states that it can achieve up to 26.68 kmpl, and that too with the automatic version.
|Fuel efficiency||25.24kmpl to 26.68kmpl|
|Price||Rs 5.25 lakh to Rs 7 lakh|
The power figures of all the 1-liter models here have decreased by 1PS and 1Nm due to the engine upgrade.
|Fuel efficiency||24.12kmpl to 25.30kmpl|
|Price||Rs 4.25 lakh to Rs 6 lakh|
Maruti Wagon R
Along with the Swift’s 90PS 1.2-liter gasoline engine, the Wagon R utilises the same engine found in the Celerio and S-Presso. With a difference of just about one kmpl, both engines offer efficiency that is comparable.
|Engine||1-litre / 1.2-litre|
|Power||67PS / 90PS|
|Torque||89Nm / 113Nm|
|Fuel efficiency||23.56kmpl to 25.19kmpl|
|Price||Rs 5.47 lakh to Rs 7.20 lakh|
2022 Maruti Alto K10
The 1-liter Dual Jet petrol engine is also available for the new Alto K10, but it is missing the auto idle start-stop function.
|Fuel efficiency||24.39kmpl to 24.50kmpl|
|Price||Rs 4 lakh to Rs 5.84 lakh|