Japanese SUVs that consume too much fuel: TOP 5
Administrator World Garage
Overview and features of SUVs Japan with the highest fuel consumption: top 5 models, specifications, photos.
Due to high gasoline prices in our country, fuel consumption when choosing a car plays a very important role. Of course, many are saved by the installation of gas equipment, but it practically does not affect the cost of maintaining the cars themselves.
Today's top offers a selection of popular in the Russian market of Japanese SUVs, fuel consumption which can not only hit its owner hard on the pocket, but also drive him into a serious debt hole.
Honda Passport 2019 is a typical crossover, which is perfect for both family holidays and for conquering not the smallest peaks. Stylish, comfortable and as functional as possible. All-wheel drive and a sea of safety systems promise a high level of comfort and reliability.
Buyers crossover is offered in four main trim levels, all of which, except the last, are front-wheel drive.
All-wheel drive version can be obtained for an additional fee of 2 thousand dollars – the amount is not small, but to feel more confidence behind the wheel, many are willing to spend.
In most crossovers, all-wheel drive systems allow the car to remain highly economical. However, the Honda Passport is no exception. Front-wheel drive versions of this car consume on average about 12 liters per 100 kilometers in the city and 2.5 liters less-outside.
The all-wheel drive version increases consumption by almost 1 liter. However, this is still less than in the case of the Toyota 4Runner, which is the next candidate for the title of the most powerful Japanese SUV.
An interesting representative of the largest Japanese automaker, which boasts of its amazing endurance, freedom in the cabin and a good reputation for reliable and practical car.
Standard suspension in asphalt road conditions does not allow the driver of the 4Runner to feel as comfortable as in the case of the main competitors of this SUV – Honda Pilot or Ford Explorer. However, it will perfectly show itself where the above models will puff and push.
As for the all-wheel drive version of the SUV, it has acceleration from 0 to 100 – all the same 7.5 seconds. Fuel consumption is the same only in urban and mixed cycle. Consumption in the country cycle will be 10.7 liters per 100 km.
Toyota Land Cruiser 200
The car is not the latest novelty from the Japanese manufacturer, especially considering the fact that the last time the car was updated four years ago. However, this does not prevent it from remaining as popular and in demand on the market in 20019.
Despite the fact that the Land Cruiser 200 more promotes classics than modern technology, this car can still offer its owner a number of interesting advanced solutions.
There is not only adaptive cruise control, but also led headlights with automatic mode switching, voice control and even a circular view. "Triple turn signal" is not here, but this is the nuances.
The most expensive version is the Special Edition. The technical base here is identical with the previous version. Differences affected only the appearance of the car, as well as the finish of its interior. Special options that should be noted here. In this case, the Japanese were guided by the all-inclusive rule. However, we are interested in something else, namely-the fuel consumption of the SUV.
Of course, the Land Cruiser 200 is a huge and very heavy SUV, so the economy in terms of fuel consumption here is not necessary to count.
In the urban cycle, fuel consumption per 100 kilometers is an average of 20-23 liters. However, in the absence of traffic jams and with only a few red traffic lights, this figure can be reduced by literally 3-5 liters.
If the traffic jams could not be avoided, then the consumption increases to 25 liters. in the country cycle and at a speed of 80-100 km/h, the fuel consumption is 11.5 liters. Increasing the speed by 20-30 km / h, the flow rate increases to 13-15 liters per 100 kilometers.
Lexus LX 570
The Japanese have tried very well to make the new model LX 750 even more unusual, and from this more attractive.
In mixed driving mode, fuel consumption can vary from 18 and even up to 30 liters. for This reason, many owners of the LX 750 resort to installing special equipment that helps to significantly reduce fuel consumption.There are several major factors that affect the fuel consumption of the LX 750:
- Technical characteristics of the car;
- Mileage and average speed;
- The condition of the engine and its serviceability;
- The condition of the fuel injectors or fuel filter.