The new Kia Sportage consume between 4.6 and 7.6 liters l / 100 km on average in the fourth generation now starts selling in early March 2016. Three liters of difference between the highest and lowest average consumption by Kia Sportage for its new engine in its range with two petrol variants with 132 and 177 hp and three diesel with 115 136 and 185 hp.
On gasoline the Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 132 hp announced an average consumption of 6.3 l / 100 km in the case of choosing the engine with ISG (start & stop). Failure to mount this system the average consumption in the Sportage access to the range moves up four tenths to 6.7 l / 100. In this variant -a sale only associated with a manual gearbox and traction delantera- and always talking about ISG system data the average extra-urban consumption is 5.4 liters while in urban driving up to 7.9 l / 100 km. If we move to consumption emissions Kia Sportage more affordable gasoline moves between 147 and 156 g / km of CO2.
As top model in gasoline puts the Kia Sportage 1.6 T-GDI in front-wheel drive and automatic transmission announces consumption of 7.3 l / 100 km (if all-wheel drive 7.5 l / 100 for change dual clutch and 7.6 l / 100 for the manual transmission). The dual-clutch associated with all-wheel drive is what makes lower consumption in town for this engine with 9.2 l / 100 while on the road the Kia Sportage 1.6 TG-Di two-wheel drive is the least greedy with 5.8 l / 100 km. Its CO2 emissions figure is in the range that goes from 169 to 177 g / km.
A step above lies the Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi with 136 hp front-wheel drive can only be achieved with manual six relationships and an average consumption opting for the star & stop 4.8 l / 100 km. If with all-wheel drive we chose the manual gearbox the average consumption rises to 5.2 l / 100 whereas if this same drive configuration we chose the automatic six relationships the average consumption is 5.9 l / 100 km. The range of emissions for the Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi 136 hp moves between 127 and 154 g / km of CO2.
As Diesel stop range the Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi 185 hp only available with all-wheel drive where the six-speed manual gearbox announces an average consumption of 5.9 l / 100 km and the automatic 6.3 l / 100 km. The biggest gap in consumption between the two options comes at urban cycle where automatic increases by eight tenths consumption records manual gearbox. In this case the emissions vary the exchange rate chosen 154 g / km for the manual and 166 g / km for the automatic.
Comparing consumption data with the outgoing Kia Sportage and it will continue to sell during 2016 the third generation of the current still-the new Sportage is the Sportage Fourth- announces an average consumption of 5.1 l / 100 km for the engine 1.7 CRDi 115 hp while the Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 135 hp announced in its last phase of commercial ness 6.8 l / 100 km -in both cases half liter of the new-generation media.
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