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Below are the top 10 most efficient Sport Utilities for highway fuel economy.

The Force One easily beats its rivals both in city and highway fuel consumption tests. It is very competitively priced too compared to other cars here with similar levels of technology, at around 10,65,000.

The true budget sport utility here is the Maruti Gypsy, priced at 5,00,000. However it has much older technology than the others and its tiny outdated 1.3 litre petrol engine is lacking in power.

Efficient Car Engine
City km/L
Hwy km/L
Force One 2.2L diesel
14.0
17.0
Tata New Safari 2.2L diesel
10.5
15.5
Skoda Yeti 2.0L diesel
11.0
15.4
Mahindra Scorpio 2.2L diesel
10.5
15.4
BMW X1 2.0L diesel
10.5
15.2
Maruti Gypsy King 1.3L petrol
10.2
14.8
Land Rover Range Rover 3.6L diesel
9.0
14.7
Mercedes Benz M Class 3.0L diesel
9.0
14.0
Mahindra XUV 500 2.2L diesel
12.0
14.0
BMW X5 3.0L diesel
10.4
13.9

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Force One

Launched in September 2011, the most efficient sport utility is the seven seater Force One.

Its 2.2 litre four cylinder CRDI engine generates 140 bhp. This Mercedes-Benz engine has previously been used in its C-Class and E-Class vehicles so its an engine with a proven track record of performance and reliability. Force have tuned the powerplant in-house and it is BS4 compliant and can be tweaked to be BS5 compliant.

The gearbox in the Force One aids its fuel efficiency. Its also designed by Mercedes-Benz and uses a low-friction, dual mass flywheel. Fuel economy has definitely been on the mind of the designers at Force - the driver can view the car's real time fuel consumption.