Top 10 cars that show the least difference between city and highway fuel consumption

By analyzing fuel consumption in different conditions, we came up with a rating of cars that show only a slight difference between these figures. Why is this useful? You can see here the vehicles that have the most stable fuel burn in all conditions and that will help you plan your fuel costs without any surprises.

BMW 7 Series 7 ActiveHybrid 2012

39 / 33 MPG
6 / 7.2 L/100
320 hp
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DS 5 2.0 2015

78 / 64 MPG
3 / 3.7 L/100
163 hp
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Acura RLX 3.5 V6 2017

20 / 19 MPG
11.9 / 12.3 L/100
310 hp
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Peugeot 508 2.0 HDI 2011

59 / 56 MPG
4 / 4.2 L/100
163 hp
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Hyundai IONIQ 1.6 GDI 2016

69 / 65 MPG
3.4 / 3.6 L/100
105 hp
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Peugeot 3008 2.0 HDi 2012

64 / 60 MPG
3.7 / 3.9 L/100
163 hp
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Mercedes-Benz E-class E 300 BlueTEC 2013

52 / 51 MPG
4.5 / 4.6 L/100
204 hp
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Kia Sportage 1.6 CRDi 2018

47 / 46 MPG
5 / 5.1 L/100
136 hp
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Hyundai Tucson 1.6 CRDi 2018

45 / 44 MPG
5.2 / 5.3 L/100
136 hp
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Dacia Logan 1.5 dCi 2015

64 / 64 MPG
3.7 / 3.7 L/100
90 hp
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