Top 5 fuel-efficient Hyundai models in the Philippines

Sep 10, 2018 | Same topic: Save fuel - Save Earth
The list below gathers top 5 Hyundai cars with the best fuel economy according to their scores at Euro 4 Fuel Efficiency Eco Run organized by the Department of Energy.

Fuel is always a big concern of car buyers because of its increasing price. That is why vehicles which offer not only decent gas mileage but also sufficient features are always in high demand. Hyundai, an automotive manufacturer headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, shines as a brand that always strive to deliver high quality customer-friendly cars.

The list below gathers top 5 Hyundai cars with the best fuel economy according to their scores at last year’s Euro 4 Fuel Efficiency Eco Run organized by the Department of Energy.

1. Hyundai Accent Sedan

Price: ₱678,000 - ₱878,000

A red Hyundai Accent sedan angular front view

Hyundai Accent (sedan) - impressive consumption of as low as 29,41km/l

In the Philippines, this car is heading the list of most fuel-efficient sedans. In the DOE Euro 4 Fuel Efficiency Eco Run, the Hyundai Accent 1.6 CRDi 6M/T equipped with diesel engine had beaten out other A-Segment rivals, even those that were far smaller than the Accent in terms of both size and weight, with an impressive consumption of as low as 29,41km/l.

Worth mentioning is that it also surpassed its competitors in B-Segment even though the Hyundan Accent’s engine displacement was larger than those of the others’. Particularly, Hyundai Accent: 1.6L, the others: from 1.3L to 1.5L, which means the Hyundai Accent should theoretically consume more fuel. Read full our review for the Hyundai Accen 2018 sedan here.

>>> The Hyundai Accent is also ranked among top 5 sedans under ₱ 700,000 in the Philippines. Click here to find out the 4 remaining names in the list.

2. Hyundai Accent Hatchback

Price: ₱828,000 - ₱928,000

A blue Hyundai Accent hactback angular front view

Hyundai Accent (hatchback) - fuel consumption of 25.64 km/L

This hatchback car is the smallest one among 6 vehicles in Hyundai’s lineup at the DOE Eco Run. Its performance was quite impressive with the fuel consumption of 25.64 km/L, ranking 8th position in its segment.

>>> Hyundai Accent hatchback is also one of the best used vehicles to drive for Grab/Uber. Click for more details.

3. Hyundai Tucson (Gas and Diesel)

Price: ₱1,128,000 - ₱1,598,000

A blue Hyundai Tucson angular front view

The Tucson 2.0 VGT Gas was listed in the top ten of the SUV category with the rate of 24.80 km/l

Both gas and diesel variant of the Hyundai Tucson gained high rank in SUV category. The Tucson CRDi Diesel won the second place in the category for Compact SUVs with the rate of 24.80 km/L which was far better than other smaller candidates in the same segment. Also, the Tucson 2.0 VGT Gas was listed in the top ten of the SUV category. 

>>> Hyundai Tucson 2018 Philippines Review: Price, Seating Capacity, Specs, Interior, Exterior & more

4. Hyundai Elantra

Price: ₱918,000 - ₱1,158,000

A white Hyundai Elantra on the road

Hyundai Elantra is considered one of the most spectacular models of Hyundai Philippines thanks to its enduring mark since its establishment in mid-90's

The 4th car Hyundai sent to the event as its representative in C-segment was the Hyundai Elantra 1.6L GL 6M/T. As expected, this sedan car came at the third place with a 27.83 km/L rating.

5. Hyundai Santa Fe

Price: ₱1,748,000

A red Hyundai Santa Fe angular front view

The diesel-equipped Santa Fe is the second ranked SUV with a fuel mileage of 22.76 km/L

The last vehicle in the list is the mid-size SUV Hyundai Santa Fe. The diesel-equipped Santa Fe is the second ranked SUV with a fuel mileage of 22.76 km/L. It is really a nice surprise that though having one of the strongest engines among the SUV entries, this vehicle consumes an impressively low amount of fuel.

More interestingly, the low fuel consumption is not the only good thing these Hyundai cars can offer. Their convincing performances in other areas also impressed the most fastidious customers.

If you are one of those who are seeking a cheapest-to-run car (in terms of fuel efficiency, of course) that still comes equipped with sufficient features, these 5 Hyundai cars above are definitely worth considering.

>>> Click here to check out the list of top 10 Most Fuel Efficient Cars in the Philippines 2018

Hyundai 5 Score Big At DOE Euro 4 Fuel Efficiency Eco Run