Best small SUVs 2017 in terms of price and mileage in the Philippines (Part 2)

Sep 12, 2017 | Same topic: Up-to-date consumer reports
You want to opt for an eco-friendly mini SUV with an impressive fuel economy? Check out our list!

It is an undeniable fact that SUVs always get worse gas mileage when compared to sedans or hatchbacks. If you’re truly a big fan of SUVs and still want to get a fuel-efficient machine, our list may be helpful.

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1. Honda CR-V 2017

No one can deny the attraction of the Honda CR-V in our country. With the newly-launched 7-seat Honda CR-V 2017 diesel model, its popularity now seems to be at the peak.

angular front of the 2017 Honda CR-V

The Honda CR-V 2017 saves your money on gas with a modest fuel consumption of 17.97km/L in the city

Powered by a 1.6L i-DTEC turbo diesel and a 2.0 i-VTEC gasoline engine in a 5-seat variant, the 2017 Honda CR-V will still push out enough power for business and family trips and concurrently, save your money on gas with a modest fuel consumption of 17.97km/L in the city.

From ₱1,539,000, you can possess a 5-seater CR-V while more expensive is the 2017 Honda CR-V 7-seater diesel which will set you back at least ₱1,569,000.

Watch more about the all-new Honda CR-V 7-seater diesel:

The All-New Honda CR-V: See The Extraordinary

2. BMW X1 2017

In spite of being a luxury crossover SUV, the BMW X1 is absolutely not a gas-guzzler. With an excellent trump card of overall, the X1 is an ideal option for urban adventures and in the suburbs, too.

angular front of the BMW X1 2017

The BMW X1 is absolutely not a gas-guzzler

Needless to say, you can’t take your eyes off of the BMW X1 2017 exterior look, decisively. Likewise, the inside will give you a feeling of driving a BMW 1 Series sedan. Furthermore, carrying stuff will no longer be your problem with a generous rear space.

What do you think about spending a fortune of ₱3,290,000 on this crossover?   

BMW X1 SUV 2017 review

3. Honda HR-V 2017

Based on the Jazz, the Honda HR-V has known as a next-gen compact SUV from Honda in the Philippines for over two decades. At the HR-V, you will surprisingly find the silhouette of a comfortable sedan, a private coupe, and also, the confidence and toughness of a real SUV thanks to an aggressive appearance, commodious cabin and cargo space as well as full safety features.

2017 Honda HR-V on the road

The Honda HR-V 2017 offers decent fuel consumption in both city and highways conditions 

Not elephantine and expensive as the CR-V, the HR-V is decidedly a good choice for you with a price tag from ₱1,249,000.

Using a 141hp/172Nm 1.8L i-VTEC engine married to a CVT with Honda’s Earth Dreams Technology, the 2017 Honda HR-V offers decent fuel consumption in both city and highways conditions (a combined 11.9km/L fuel economy rating).

Watch also:

2017 Honda HR-V - Review and Road Test

4. Mazda CX-3 2017

“Good-looking”, “fun-to-drive” and “impressively fuel-efficient” appears to be enough to describe this subcompact crossover.

Driven by a 2.0L 4-cylinder SKYACTIV-G engine with i-STOP, are you still skeptical about the Mazda CX-3 2017’s fuel economy? In fact, the vehicle has good fuel efficiency of 13.2km/L.

Side view of the Mazda CX-3 2017

“Good-looking”, “fun-to-drive” and “impressively fuel-efficient” appears to be enough to describe the Mazda CX-3 2017

In particular, an i-ACTIV AWD allows the CX-3 to provide better traction besides foretelling wheel slips for a safer ride.

From ₱1,280,000, we think you’re able to afford it.

See to find out 5 reasons to buy the Mazda CX-3 2017:

2017 Mazda CX-3 | 5 Reasons to Buy

5. Hyundai Tucson 2017

Hidden behind the small size of a compact SUV is a very powerful and muscle Hyundai Tucson 2017.

Featuring an innovative aerodynamic design, the Hyundai Tucson makes drivers feel deeply its highly-optimized body structure and high-speed stability.

Hyundai Tucson 2017 on the road

The 2017 Hyundai Tucson makes drivers feel deeply its highly-optimized body structure and high-speed stability

The 2017 Hyundai Tucson is currently available in 2.0L diesel and 2.0L gasoline choices. These engine setup returns an overall of 12.7km /L. It’s a good gas mileage for an SUV, right?

Frankly speaking, owning a brand-new Hyundai Tucson with only ₱1,128,000 is a real bargain.

See also:

2017 Hyundai Tucson - Review and Road Test

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