In India, SUV segment is growing day by day. The number is increasing for these motor giants because they offer safety and comfort to the passenger. Previously in the country SUV’s are only choice of rich brats as SUV are way costlier and less fuel efficient but now scenario has changed, companies are releasing low price SUVs and with greater fuel efficiency. Here we list some of the SUV Cars in India  with beat fuel efficiency.

Ford EcoSport

Price: INR 7.08-10.15 Lacs (ex-showroom, Jaipur)

Mileage: 22.27 km/l

EcoSport is one of the most famous offerings by Ford and has been enjoying favourable sales from the last few years. The latest iteration of the SUV has been released with subtle cosmetic changes in the form of restyled headlamps accompanied by LED DRLs, revamped skid plates and all new 17-inch alloys. It has also got elements like wrap around tail lamps, rear mounted spare wheel, silver roof rails, black cladding and honeycomb grille on the aggressive bumper with chrome accents.

Ford EcoSport

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Moving inside, the cabin is encompassed by a dark colored dual tone palette with a lot of space for the occupants. The leather covered steering wheel is mounted with audio controls and the fabric upholstered seats are available with adjustable headrests. Moreover, it is also fitted with equipments like Ford’s SYNC AppLink with USB/Bluetooth connectivity and front & rear power windows.

Mechanically, it is offered with two petrol and one diesel motors that are mated to a manual tranny, while the petrol Titanium variant is fitted with an automatic transmission. Safety features include components like ABS, EBD, central locking with flip key, engine immobilizer, rear parking sensors, traction control, hill launch assist and much more.

Hyundai Creta

Price: INR 9.40-14.65 Lacs (ex-showroom, Jaipur)

Mileage: 21.38 km/l

Hyundai studied the market closely and just at the right time when demand for compact SUVs grew stronger, the automaker came up with Creta, which proved to be a highly acclaimed vehicle by the company. From outside, it features a long bonnet, three-slat grille, fog lamps, air intake, projector headlights carrying LED DRLs, and a front spoiler.

Hyundai Creta

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Its wheelbase measures around 2590 mm which helps in rendering a lot of headroom, legroom and shoulder room. The range-topping variant is equipped with 7-inch infotainment, push start button, height adjustable driver’s seat, steering mounted controls, audio-video navigation, climate control unit and leather upholstered seats. The list of safety features contains fitments like rear parking sensors, electronic stability control, hill start assist, dual front airbags, rear camera with parking sensors and much more.

Coming to the mechanical configuration, it is offered with 2 diesel and 1 petrol trim. Starting with the diesel trims, it gets a 1.4 litre motor mated to a 6-speed manual tranny that generates 90PS/220Nm and another one is a 1.6 litre unit making 128PS/260Nm, which is available with either a 6-speed tranny in both manual and automatic avatars. Moving on, the 1.6 litre petrol variant in the lineup pumps out 123PS/151Nm of maximum output.

Nissan Terrano

Price: INR 10.13-13.51 Lacs (ex-showroom, Jaipur)

Mileage: 20.5 km/l

Starting with the dimensions, Terrano measures 4.33 m long, 1.83 m wide and 1.67 m tall along with the wheelbase that stands at 2.67 m. It looks much different from Duster and the highlighting exterior features include 16-inch alloys, flared wheel arches, roof rails, silver skid plates and chrome grille. For the interior portions, Terrano gets a Black & Beige combination. Its lower variants get fabric seats, while the top end trims receive leather upholstery as well as wooden inserts at the doors.

Nissan Terrano

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Mechanical configurations boasts of a 1461 cc, 1.5 litre diesel motor that generates power in 2 states i.e. 83.8Bhp for the entry level and 108.5Bhp for the top end variant. The torque output generated by this setup is measured at 248Nm at 2250 rpm which is transferred to the wheels via a 6-speed manual gearbox. It is also equipped with all the prominent safety components like ABS, EBD, central locking, door ajar warning, seatbelt reminder, engine immobilizer and reverse parking sensors.

Renault Duster

Price: INR 8.77-14.01 Lacs (ex-showroom, Jaipur)

Mileage: 19.87 km/l

With an aim to further popularise the already famous Renault Duster in the automobile market, the automaker has recently rolled out a newer version of the model. However, the exterior gets minimal or rather no changes at all on its exterior portions. It continues to feature alloy wheels, chrome finished ORVMs, chrome grille flanked by a pair of large headlamps, wide windscreen, defogger and dual colored bumpers.

Renault Duster

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From inside, the Duster flaunts a capacious cabin with a 5-seat configuration. Apart from this, it has also got functions like cruise control, advanced instrument panel with multi-information display, steering mounted audio controls, and a superior quality of upholstery. For safety, it is fitted with components like fog lamps, engine immobilizer, ABS, EBD, rear defogger, EPS, hill start assist, seatbelt reminder, and speed sensing auto door locks.

Renault Duster can be bought in both diesel and petrol versions powered by a 1.5 litre DCi, and a 1.6 litre, 4-cylinder DOHC unit. The former offers 1461 cc of displacement and makes 83.8Bhp at 3750 rpm alongside a peak torque of 200Nm at 1750rpm. This output is sent to the wheels via a 5-speed manual gearbox. There is also another version of this powertrain that makes 110PS of power that is transmitted through a 6-speed manual tranny. Moving on to the petrol powertrain, it makes 102.5Bhp at 5850 rpm and 145Nm of torque at 3750 rpm. Transmission duties are performed by a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Mahindra TUV300

Price: INR 7.46-9.95 Lacs (ex-showroom, Jaipur)

Mileage: 18.49 km/l

Mahindra is already a well known brand for producing SUVs in India and now with the launch of TUV300, the automaker has yet again impressed its customer base with this sub-4 metre SUV. It s look is inspired from a battle tank and looks boxy in shape. The elements found on the exterior like square shaped fog lamps, rectangular wheel arches, radiator grille with chrome accents, dual tone ORVMs and black colored roof rails make it a sporty and quirky vehicle. Cabin is quite spacious with dual tone fabric upholstered seats and flaunts a 5+2 seating arrangement. It gets a touchscreen infotainment system, and steering mounted controls for audio as well as Bluetooth connectivity.

Mahindra TUV300

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Under the hood, the TUV300 is fitted with a 1.5 litre, 3-cylinder mHawk engine that has been borrowed from the Quanto model. However, this powertrain generates a different output that is measured at 80PS of maximum power and 230Nm of peak torque. There is a 5-speed gearbox in both manual and automated manual avatars. Safety components like Anti-Lock Braking System, Electronic Brake-Force Distribution, central locking, dual front airbags and engine immobilizer are some of the noteworthy fitments found inside the vehicle.