Toyota Taisor vs Fronx, Brezza, Venue, Sonet, Nexon: Fuel efficiency compared

    The turbo-petrol variants are said to return between 20-21.5kpl.

    Published On Apr 05, 2024 08:00:00 AM


    Toyota Taisor vs Fronx, Brezza, Venue, Sonet, Nexon: Fuel efficiency compared

    Toyota marked its re-entry into the ever-growing compact SUV segment with the Taisor – a rebadged version of the Maruti Suzuki Fronx launched in India at Rs 7.74 lakh (ex-showroom). The Taisor shares all its powertrains with the Fronx, and therefore returns a similar fuel efficiency.
    1. Fronx and Taisor most fuel-efficient petrol SUVs in the segment
    2. Toyota claims up to 22.8kpl for Taisor, ARAI confirmation awaited
    The 1.2-litre, four-cylinder petrol variants are claimed to return a fuel efficiency of 21.7-22.8kpl, depending on the gearbox, while the 1.0-litre, three-cylinder turbo-petrol variants are said to return 21.5kpl and 20kpl for the manual and automatic versions, respectively. Let’s take a look at how the Toyota Taisor’s fuel efficiency figures stack up against all its rivals.
    Disclaimer: The Toyota Taisor fuel efficiency figures are yet to be certified by ARAI.
    Toyota Taisor vs rivals: fuel efficiency compared
    Petrol MT21.5kpl (turbo)/21.7kpl (NA)21.5kpl (turbo)/21.7kpl (NA)17.38kpl18.83kpl (NA)/18.7kpl (turbo iMT)17-18.2kpl19.35kpl (NA)/20kpl (turbo)17.44kpl17.52kpl (NA)/18.27kpl (turbo)
    Petrol AT20 kpl (turbo)/22.8kpl (NA)20 kpl (turbo)/22.89kpl (NA)19.80kpl19.2kpl (turbo)17kpl19.35kpl (NA)/20kpl (turbo)17.18kpl (AMT)/17.01kpl (DCT)18.15kpl (turbo)

    Toyota Taisor fuel efficiency compared with rivals

    The Taisor and Fronx also offer a CNG option with the 1.2-litre NA petrol engine, which is claimed to return 28.51km/kg. The Brezza is currently the only other compact SUV in India to offer a CNG option, which offers a fuel efficiency of 25.51km/kg. Considering that the Brezza is offered with a bigger 1.5-litre petrol engine, its fuel efficiency is slightly lower than the Taisor and Fronx.

    The Mahindra XUV300 petrol is the least fuel efficient SUV in this comparison with a claimed 17-18.2kpl. That said, Mahindra is all set to debut the XUV300 facelift in India on April 29 with some major updates.

    Also see:

    Toyota Taisor vs Maruti Fronx: What's the difference?

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