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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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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.
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
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.
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
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.
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).
2017 Honda HR-V - Review and Road Test
“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.
“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
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.
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.
2017 Hyundai Tucson - Review and Road Test
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