Most Fuel Efficient Luxury Cars

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

Volvo S90

64.2mpg (combined)

2.0l Diesel Auto with 116/km C02


Luxury cars, along with the Premium 4x4's, not surprisingly offer some of the the worst fuel economy figures of all vehicles on the road, although the new Volvo S90, along with many new entrants into this sector, deliver an impressive return.

Audi A7 Sportback1

62.8mpg (combined)

3.0l Diesel Auto with 118g/km C02


The Audi A7 Sportback is a stylish alternative to the more standard Volvo luxury saloon, and still provides a an encouraging fuel economy figure.

Volvo V90

62.8mpg (combined)

2.0l Diesel Auto with 119g/km C02


It was ever so close to being a Volvo one-two, but a slighly inferior CO2 figure for the new V90 drops it into third position.




 

Fourth Position
Lexus GS300h Executive

61.4mpg (combined) from a 2.5l Petrol Hybrid Engine with 104g/km C02

Fifth Position
Mercedes-Benz S300h

61.4mpg (combined) from a 2.2l Diesel Hybrid Engine with 120g/km C02

Sixth Position
BMW 730d Saloon

60.1mpg (combined) from a 3.0l Diesel Auto Engine with 124g/km C02

Seventh Position
Infiniti Q70 2.2d

58.9mpg (combined) from a 2.2l Diesel Auto Engine with 124g/km C02

Eighth Position
BMW 730d/730Ld Saloon

58.9mpg (combined) from a 3.0l Diesel Auto Engine with 127g/km C02

Ninth Position
Volvo S90 D5 AWD

58.9mpg (combined) from a 2.0l Diesel Auto Engine with 127g/km C02

Tenth Position
Volvo V90 D5 AWD

57.6mpg (combined) from a 2.0l Diesel Auto Engine with 129g/km C02

The worst MPG
Ferrari FF

17.3mpg (combined) from a 6.2l Petrol Manual Engine with 380g/km C02