Best MPG - Crossover

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The list below shows the Top 10 best MPG crossover models currently available to buy as new in the UK. Finding a crossover model with high fuel economy and low emissions can have a significant impact on both fuel bills and other running costs.



Electric cars and plug-in hybrids are excluded from this list of crossover models with high MPG as they do not have a directly comparable MPG figure. Select another vehicle class or other criteria to see more high fuel economy cars or use the main car search to find used cars or filter by more criteria.

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KIA Niro Hybrid 1.6 GDi 2 139bhp DCT

OTR £24,900 Crossover
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Official
MPG
79
est
Real
MPG
55
est
Fuel cost
/mile
6.2p

PEUGEOT 2008 1.5L BlueHDi Active 100 S&S

OTR £21,790 Crossover
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Official
MPG
79
est
Real
MPG
55
est
Fuel cost
/mile
6.5p

FIAT Panda Cross 1.0 City Cross Mild Hybrid 70HP

OTR £13,990 Crossover
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Official
MPG
75
est
Real
MPG
53
est
Fuel cost
/mile
6.5p

HYUNDAI KONA Hybrid 1.6 GDi Hybrid SE 141PS DCT

OTR £23,160 Crossover
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Official
MPG
75
Real
MPG
53
Fuel cost
/mile
6.5p

TOYOTA C-HR 2.0 VVT-i Design Hybrid 180hp Auto

OTR £30,265 Crossover
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Official
MPG
73
est
Real
MPG
52
est
Fuel cost
/mile
6.5p

VAUXHALL Crossland X 1.5 Griffin 120PS Turbo D S/S Auto

OTR £22,705 Crossover
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Official
MPG
72
est
Real
MPG
51
est
Fuel cost
/mile
7.0p

FORD EcoSport 1.5 EcoBlue TDCi Zetec 100PS

OTR £20,195 Crossover
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Official
MPG
72
Real
MPG
51
Fuel cost
/mile
7.0p

HONDA HR-V 1.6 i-DTEC S 130PS

OTR £22,560 Crossover
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Official
MPG
71
est
Real
MPG
50
est
Fuel cost
/mile
7.2p

CITROEN C3 Aircross 1.6 BlueHDi Feel 100hp

OTR £19,685 Crossover
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Official
MPG
71
Real
MPG
50
Fuel cost
/mile
7.2p

RENAULT Captur 1.5 dCi Play 95

OTR £19,795 Crossover
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Official
MPG
70
est
Real
MPG
50
est
Fuel cost
/mile
7.2p

Crossover fuel economy

The official MPG figures for all vehicles, including crossover models are derived from the NEDC test. There are two parts to the test: an 'urban' cycle designed to reflect driving in a city environment with many stops and starts and an 'extra-urban' cycle designed to mirror more steady state motorway and country routes. The 'combined' figure, which is the most often quoted figure is an average of 'urban' and 'extra-urban' weighted by the distances covered in each test.

Often drivers find that it is difficult to achieve the official MPG figures, and it is well understood that these rates should be used as a comparison rather than a target to achieve. Next Green Car has estimated a 'Real MPG' figure which reflects real-world conditions more closely. See the real MPG page for more info.

Different crossover models can have dramatically different fuel economy, so before purchase it is essential to research into each model carefully to ensure a good fuel economy, with the resultant reduced fuel bills and car tax. High MPG is directly linked to lower tail-pipe CO2 so a crossover vehicle with good MPG will also emit a lower level of CO2 emissions into the environment.

Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:2nd Mar 2021

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