Most Fuel Efficient Executive Cars

Executive cars - the best mpg's 2017...

Skoda Superb

76.3mpg (combined)

1.6l Diesel Manual with 95g/km C02


Who says an executive car need be a gas-guzzler? There are a great range of executive cars which offer good fuel economy - including this from Skoda, plus offerings from Peugeot, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, Lexus and Audi.

Peugeot 508

74.3mpg (combined)

1.6l Diesel Manual with 99g/km C02


Next up it's the Peugeot 508, available in saloon or estate (SW) form, a whisker more efficient than the Mercedes E-Class offering below.

Mercedes Benz E-Class

72.4mpg (combined)

2.0l Diesel Auto with 102g/km C02


The Mercedes comes in third place, and with the top two executive cars' CO2 emissions below the magical mark of 100g/km, we wonder how long it will be before the majority of these large premium saloons regster a sub-100g/km emissions figure.




 

Fourth Position
Skoda Superb TDI Greenline

70.6mpg (combined) from a 1.6l Diesel Auto Engine with 103g/km C02

Fifth Position
Jaguar XF Saloon TDI4

70.6mpg (combined) from a 2.0l Diesel Manual Engine with 104g/km C02

Sixth Position
Skoda Superb 2.0 TDI Greenline

68.9mpg (combined) from a 2.0l Diesel Manual Engine with 107g/km C02

Seventh Position
Jaguar XF Saloon TDI4

68.9mpg (combined) from a 2.0l Diesel Auto Engine with 109g/km C02

Eighth Position
Lexus IS300h

67.3mpg (combined) from a 2.5l Petrol Hybrid Auto with 97g/km C02

Ninth Position
Audi A6 Saloon TDI

67.3mpg (combined) from a 2.0l Diesel Auto Engine with 109g/km C02

Tenth Position
Audi A5 Coupe / Sportback 2.0 TDI

67.3mpg (combined) from a 2.0l Diesel Manual Engine with 109g/km C02