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Guide to the most economical and lowest emission estate cars on sale in the UK today. We list our top green diesel, petrol and hybrid estate cars.

 

Diesel Estate Cars

First place

l-estate-cars-diesel-ford-focus-estate-80x53.jpg Ford Focus Estate 1.6 Duratorq TDCi 88g (Start-Stop) Edge  83.1mpg

The Ford Focus Estate offers one of the best driving experiences in its class, together with excellent economy.

 
 Diesel Convertible Cars Skoda Fabia Estate Greenline II  83.1mpg

The Fabia is a thoroughly engineered car which has always blended practicality with affordability. In Greenline II guise it is also achieves stunningly low CO2 emissions too.

Second place

Renault Megane Sport Tourer Renault Megane Sport Tourer dCi 110 Stop & Start  80.7 mpg

The Megane Sport Tourer has a stylish, high quality interior and a highly efficient diesel engine that provides impressive fuel economy figures.

l-estate-cars-diesel-seat-ibiza-st-80x53.jpg SEAT Ibiza ST 1.2 TDI CR Ecomotive  80.7 mpg

The SEAT Ibiza ST offers impressive economy, with reasonably good looks on the outside, but a somewhat bland interior.

Third place

Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer 1.6 ecoFLEX  76.3 mpg

The Sports Tourer offers Astra buyers additional space with only a small reduction in the official fuel economy figures.

Petrol and Hybrid Estate Cars

First place

l-estate-cars-petrol-toyota-auris-touring-sports-80x53.jpg Toyota Auris Touring Sports  76.3 mpg

The Toyota Auris Touring Sports looks good, is very economical if you drive carefully, and even has a decent boot capacity.

Second place

l-estate-cars-diesel-ford-focus-estate-80x53.jpg Ford Focus Estate 1.0 EcoBoost 100 PS (Start-Stop) Edge  58.9 mpg

The Ford Focus Estate has just a 1.0-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine, but it’s quiet, smooth, refined and lightweight.

Third place

l-estate-cars-diesel-dacia-logan-mcv-80x53.jpg Dacia Logan MCV  56.5 mpg

In the Fabia this engine is available in either 86 or 105 PS formats. The lower-powered unit has better fuel economy but the more powerful option offers more torque across a wider range too.

Fourth place

 Diesel Convertible Cars Skoda Fabia Estate SE 1.2 TSI 86 PS  54.3 mpg

In the Fabia this engine is available in either 86 or 105 PS formats. The lower-powered unit has better fuel economy but the more powerful option offers more torque across a wider range too.

Plug-in Hybrid Estate Cars

First place

l-estate-cars-plug-in-hybrid-volvo-v60-plug-in-hybrid-80x53.jpg Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid  155.2 mpg

The Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid offers a ridiculously high economy figure, incredibly low emissions, all-wheel drive, and a 2.4-litre, 5-cylinder diesel engine. What’s not to like?