The unstoppable rise of LPG cars, here are the 10 cheapest

The unstoppable rise of LPG cars, here are the 10 cheapest

Lovers of LPG cars know: saving on mileage costs is possible. LPG still costs less than half of diesel and petrol. A choice that many travelers continue to make: it is not for nothing that the arrival of incentives can be a good opportunity to replace your car with a brand new one with the latest technologies on board. In the event of cancellation (0-4 euros), for the purchase in this case of a car with CO2 emissions in the range of 61-135 g/km, you can have a government rebate of 2,000 euros, in addition to any reduction for the seller. To find your way around the deals, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 cheapest cars in Italy: small cars, SUVs and crossovers that you can fill up with Extra Petrol.

1 – Dacia Sandero Roadster, a crossover for less than 12,000 euros

Dacia Sandero Road Key takes the lead in position: raised bodywork and turbo 100 HP 1.0 TCe ECO-G thousand under the bonnet with a 5-speed manual gearbox: with 50 liters of petrol and 40 liters of LPG, it achieves fuel consumption. 6.7 l/100km. The list price of 13,850 euros due to the 2023 incentive drops to 11,850 euros. Already included in the price: Iron Blue paint, 16-inch alloy wheels, electric front windows, central locking and DAB radio with steering wheel controls and Bluetooth connectivity.

2 – City car words? Kia Picanto. Less than 14,000 euros

From 15,700 euros to 13,700 euros for cancellation incentives. The Korean city car wants to give its opinion to those who are looking for a small body size. With 5 seats and a naturally aspirated three-cylinder, 65 HP 1.0, equipped with a 5-speed manual gearbox, it has an average consumption of 6.7 l/100 km, thanks to 32 liters of LPG and 35 liters of petrol. The “Urban” version is available in Pop Orange color, 14-inch steel wheels, central locking, manual climate control and height-adjustable driver’s seat.

3 – Fiat Panda, the smallest space in the range of 14,300 euros

Under the bonnet, the best-selling Italian car boasts in this case a 1.2 Fire 69 HP S&S EasyPower with a 5-speed manual gearbox: it offers an average consumption of 7.7 l/100 km, a 38 liter LPG tank, in addition. for 37 liters of petrol. As standard there are 4 seats, pastel black work, 14 alloy wheels, manual climate control, electric front windows, central locking, DAB radio with Bluetooth.

4 – Hyundai i10, 5 high-tech seats for 14,650 euros

By canceling the incentive went from 16,650 euros to 14,650 euros. Hyundai i10 1.0 MPI Econext LPG Advanced and is powered by a standard 65 HP engine and a 5-speed manual gearbox for a declared consumption of 6.8 l/100 km (40 liters LPG plus 36 liters petrol). Of note are standard cruise control, a light sensor, lane keeping system, automatic high beams and an on-board computer, along with custom-fit 14-inch alloy wheels, manual climate control, electric front windows. It does not have the Aurora Gray mica color.

5 – Dacia Duster, an SUV for 15,300 euros

It is a front-wheel drive SUV but still an SUV that stands out in the middle of the list of the cheapest LPG cars: Dacia Duster, with a 1.0 TCe 100 HP LPG engine and a 6-speed gearbox boasts an average consumption of 7.8 l. / 100 km. Once at the petrol station you need to fill 48.8 liters of LPG and 50 liters of petrol. The affordable Essential trim level has Iron Blue paint for the bodywork and offers standard 16-inch alloy wheels, electric front windows, central locking, DAB radio with steering wheel controls and Bluetooth connectivity.

6 – Dacia Jogger, between a crossover and a station wagon… for 15,450 euros

Dacia is still in position in the new Jogger range, powerful in dimensions that combine the concept of a crossover with a station wagon essential for families looking for space. Driving we still get the TCe 100 HP LPG in the Essential version, but with a 40 liter LPG tank and a 50 liter petrol tank. Consumption according to the WLTP cycle is 7.6 l/100 km. As standard, 16-inch alloy wheels, longitudinal roof rails, central locking and electric front windows.

7 – Kia Rio, a small Korean car for less than 16,000 euros

Another Korean in the LPG Top 10 is the KIA Rio which drops from 17,700 euros to 15,700 euros with government incentives and cancellations. Under the bonnet is the 1.2 LPG Urban which has 82bhp and a 5-speed manual gearbox. The LPG tank has a capacity of 47 liters and the petrol reaches 45 liters. The average consumption is 7.2 l/100 km. As usual, the body color is Deep Yellow, the steel rims are 15″ and there is manual climate control, DAB radio on the 8″ touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

8 – Mitsubishi Space Star, Japanese LPG: 16,250 euros

Even the Japanese in the position. This is a Mitsubishi Space Star with a 71 HP three-cylinder naturally aspirated engine and a 5-speed gearbox. Claimed consumption of 6.1 l/100 km. The LPG tank has a capacity of 32 litres, while the petrol tank has a capacity of 35 litres. The standard color is Sandy Yellow. That price includes 14-inch alloy wheels, central locking, manual climate control and electric front windows.

9 – EVO 3, small Italian SUV for 16,400 euros

Finally, we reach the end of the ranking and find the Italian SUV: LPG DR EVO3. A car from the Isernia company, which imports and assembles components produced by Chinese car manufacturers, can offer a price of more than 16,000 euros with government support. Under the bonnet is a 1.5 petrol/LPG engine with 107 HP and a 5-speed manual gearbox. The declared consumption is 8.4 l/100. To fill you need to fill 65 liters of LPG and 42 liters of petrol. As usual we get black paint on the outside, 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control, rear parking camera and eco-leather upholstery.

10 – Renault Clio, French style for 16,700 euros

It closes the Renault Clio range. The style and lines of the car confirm the model as one of the most loved Italian foreign cars for years. It also maintains stability in the list of the cheapest ones that use LPG with a price list that drops from 18,700 euros, as mentioned, to 16,700. With the 1.0 TCE 100 LPG under the hood, there is 101 HP and a 6-speed manual gearbox. Consumption in the WLTP cycle stops at 6.9 l/100 km. The tanks hold 32 liters of LPG and 39 liters of petrol. The Orange Valencia color is offered as standard, the rims are in 16-inch steel, manual climate control, but there is also cruise control and full LED lights.