Most Fuel Efficient Supermini Cars

Micro & supermini cars - the best mpg's 2017...

Peugeot 208

94.2mpg (combined)

1.6l Diesel Manual with 79g/km C02


The Peugeot 208, which comes in top of the pile, is ideal for those looking for an economical entry level car, without having to compromise on space or style. However, if you use your car solely for city driving, you might want to consider one of the smaller engined vehicles which tend to peform better in the Urban Cycle test.

Ford Fiesta

88.3mpg (combined)

1.5l Diesel Manual with 82g/km C02


The slightly smaller engine on offer from the Ford doesn't quite manage to hit top spot, although it performs significantly better on the urban test.

Renault Clio

88.3mpg (combined)

1.4l Diesel Manual with 84g/km C02


With the same combined MPG as the Ford above it, the Clio is pushed into third spot on account of it's slightly higher emissions figure.




 

Fourth Position
Hyundai i20 CRDi Blue Drive

88.3mpg (combined) from a 1.1l Diesel Manual Engine with 84g/km C02

Fifth Position
Toyota Yaris 1.5 Hybrid E-CVT

85.6mpg (combined) from a 1.5l Petrol Hybrid Auto Engine with 75g/km C02

Sixth Position
Kia Rio 1.1 CRDi

85.6mpg (combined) from a 1.1l Diesel Manual Engine with 86g/km C02

Seventh Position
Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi

85.6mpg (combined) from a 1.3l Diesel Manual Engine with 87g/km C02

Eighth Position
Citroen C3 BlueHDI

83.1mpg (combined) from a 1.6l Diesel Manual Engine with 87g/km C02

Ninth Position
Citroen DS3 BlueHDI

83.1mpg (combined) from a 1.6l Diesel Manual Engine with 87g/km C02

Tenth Position
Skoda Fabia Hatch 1.4 TDI

83.1mpg (combined) from a 1.4l Diesel Manual Engine with 88g/km C02