Best Fuel Efficient Hatchbacks in Pakistan

Considering the frequent fluctuation of fuel prices, fuel efficiency has always been consumer’s top priority when looking to buy a hatchback in Pakistan. Bearing in mind the buying power of people in Pakistan, it is important to mention that hatchbacks are primarily meant for the  buyers who are quite concerned about their car’s fuel efficiency. Here are some best fuel efficient hatchbacks that will not be unkind to your pocket.

Daihatsu Mira ES:


All models of Daihatsu Mira got a great response from the Pakistani market. But the new Mira ES with Eco Idle specifications has proved to be one of the most fuel efficient 660cc cars. Moreover, absolute resale value and availability of spare parts makes it the most practical hatchback for Pakistani market. Besides, Mira ES comes with ABS brakes, automatic transmission, power windows, power steering, retractable mirrors and dual airbags. Daihatsu Mira ES gives around approx. 20 Km/L within city in normal conditions.

Suzuki Alto Eco:


Among the JDM car lineup, Suzuki Alto Eco has been a perfect competitor of Daihatsu Mira ES due to the fact that both cars possess Eco idling specifications and saves you a lot of bucks. But unlike Daihatsu Mira ES, Suzuki Alto Eco did not gain overwhelming market response due to unappealing looks. Suzuki Alto also gives a per mile average of 20 Km/L within City in normal conditions.

Toyota Passo:


Coming to the 1000cc hatchbacks, Toyota Passo has been a great 1000cc player in the market of hatchbacks. Toyota Passo is equipped with all basic features like ABS brakes, retractable mirrors, power windows, power steering and infotainment system which makes it one of the most recommended 1000cc hatchbacks for Pakistani roads. Toyota Passo gives a within city average around 15-16 Km/L upon normal acceleration.

Suzuki WagonR:



The locally produced Suzuki WagonR features a 1000cc K-Series engine which is one of the most fuel efficient engines ever produced by Pak Suzuki. Despite extensive criticism, Suzuki WagonR has always been appreciated for its fuel efficiency. Though it does not have automatic transmission, infotainment system and ABS brakes, yet it is highly preferred by hatchback consumers in Pakistan. Reportedly, Suzuki WagonR gives a within city average of around 15-16 km/L with A/C.

Suzuki Cultus:


The new Suzuki Cultus features the same 1000cc K-series engine as of Suzuki WagonR. interms of design and fuel efficiency Cultus will not disappoint you.

( Important Note)  The fuel efficiency of all these cars is greatly influenced by your driving habits. In order to achieve the best fuel average, make sure to drive with soft acceleration.
What do you think of these cars in terms of fuel average? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Shaf Younus

I'm an Auto Enthusiast, a Computer Science Graduate and above all, Citizen of Pakistan.

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  1. What about Toyota Vitz:confused:

  2. None...go for faw v2....excellent car.....

  3. Bro Parts availability and Service Quality of the Showrooms is Still Far Behind from The mainstream players but Yes the Car FAW V2 is excellent in terms of built quality and Power against the market perception of Chinese Vehicles. It more depends upon your Usage of the Vehicle, I own a V2 since last 6 months, and I am enjoying the Ride alot. For advise Purpose, I recommend Wagon R over FAW V2 if you have to drive the Car only within city, but if you are safety Conscious and Intend to drive the car on highways and long routes then FAW V2 is the better Choice. Resale wise its not as bad as common perception, spare parts are available only at showrooms and not in local market. Fuel average wise, Comfort level wise, Engine Power wise and AC Performance wise its a great Car. Yes there are some common issues in this Car like weird sounds from different parts of the body and door sealing issues most of the V2 users are facing. But keeping its Price factor in mind you have no better Choice available right now.

  4. As salaam u Alaikum
    Sir, I am not satisfied with given info about millage, because Toyota Pixis is the same copy of Mira ES and I checked its fuel efficiency by using it in Careem and Uber and its millage is not more than 14 to 15 KM per liter.
    In other blog of pak wheel I found that Every has millage of 24 KM per liter which is totally and absolutely wrong because I have Every wagon Turbo 2011 model and its millage on highway is around 12 to 13 KM/L and in city of Karachi not more than 8 to 9 KM /L
    so my question from Pak wheel team is that how you guest or find this millage ? as per your practical experience or per Japanese vehicles manual's guide? kindly put right info for Pakistani peoples as per their city roads

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