Crossovers need not be fuel guzzlers. There are many of them in the market, offering the best mileage. Well, while your crossover SUV will not exactly consume fuel in the range of a sedan, the panache and the prestige that you enjoy compensates for the expense on fuel. That, and the all time off-road ability!
This is not only a good looker, but it is also a fuel-efficient crossover. However, there is more to the Nissan Juke than the fuel economy feature. For example, ergonomic seats, 18-inch aluminum wheels, anti-lock braking system for the four wheels, side airbags and many more. You will love the 1.6-liter and 188 HP engine. Other features include cruise control, gauges and instruments that have been built after motorbike racing designs and more than enough boot space. Fuel consumption is 12km per liter on average, not bad at all for a crossover SUV.
This has been viewed as maybe the closest competitor to the Toyota Rav4. Although the two are different, it is a great crossover to buy. It has great fuel economy for a 4WD, all time off-road vehicle of its size. Big boot space, sleek body for the 2015 one and 4 wheel anti-lock braking system, side airbags, air conditioner and 16 inch steel wheels make the Honda CRV very appealing. The average fuel economy for the highway and city is 11.4km/L in the city and 14.5km/l on the highway, which is very impressive indeed.
This one comes with a 2.0 liter engine with an output of 155HP, six speed gearbox, anti-lock braking system, overhead airbags and many more features. In the exterior, there are the 17-inch aluminum wheels and the vehicle has traction and electronic stability control. How much fuel does the Mazda CX5 consume? It is 14.9km/liter on the highway and 11km/liter in the city. For the tech lovers, the MZD connect feature which allows you to integrate your smartphone with your car and read messages, go to social media right there on the smart touch screen that is strategically placed to help you drive safely.
Subaru XV Crosstrek
This one has a fuel usage of 14.5km per liter on the highway and 11.05km per liter in the city. In addition to this, there are features like six speed gearbox (CVT and with overdrive), knee airbags for the driver, air conditioning and 17 inch aluminum wheels. This is similar to the Subaru Outback and therefore many car reviewers say that it is actually a car with the features of crossover SUV and I guess that in reality, that makers it closer to an SUV than a compact car. ABS, traction control (driveline), all-wheel drive and air conditioning are just some of the many other features in the XV Crosstrek.
BMW X3 xDrive
If you are looking for a luxury crossover SUV, you have found it. However, anything from the Bavaria Motor Works is wrongly assumed to be a guzzler, but the BMW X3 xDrive is not. It has amazing fuel economy; 14.5km/liters on the highway and 11.5 km/liter in the city. This is incredible, considering that this is a luxury car. The 2.0-liter, 180HP Turbo intercooler engine, anti-lock brakes and 18-inch aluminum wheels make this car a great investment for people who like to make a statement on the road. Do not forget the classiness, style and sophistication that come with this crossover.