In India, 7 seater SUVs vehicles are in high demand. Some of us have large families, while others simply enjoy having more space while travelling! For many Indians, fuel efficiency is the most important factor to consider when purchasing a vehicle. We don’t want to waste money on petrol unnecessarily! We’ve compiled a list of the 10 greatest mileage 7 seater SUVs in India to meet your needs. These will assist you in having wonderful excursions and daily travel with your family and friends while also saving money on gas! Let’s have a look at India’s most fuel-efficient 7 seater SUVs!

ModelTypeMileage (Kmpl)Ex-showroom
Maruti Suzuki ErtigaMUV17.99–26.2
Rs. 7.59 – 10.13

Datsun Go+MUV18.57–19.45
Rs. 4.20 – 6.90

Renault TriberMUV18.29–19.5
Rs. 5.11 – 7.35

Mahindra MarazzoMPV17.33Rs. 11.25–13.51

Mahindra BoleroSUV16.7Rs. 8.02–9.04

Toyota Innova CrystaMPV10.75–13.68
Rs. 12.48–16.23

Kia CarnivalMPV13.9Rs. 24.95–33.95

MG Hector PlusSUV16.6Rs. 13.68–19.81

MG GlosterSUV12.35Rs. 35.71–40.60

Hyundai AlcazarSUV14.5–20.4
Rs. 15.00–19.00

1. Maruti Suzuki Ertiga 

When it comes to mileage, Maruti Suzuki is at the top of the list! In practically every area of the Indian market, the Indian brand is known for delivering the finest mileage cars! The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is a seven-seater automobile manufactured by MSIL. The MPV is now in its second generation. Ertiga is one of India’s most popular MPVs. Ertiga’s 1.5-litre K15B 4-cylinder engine produces 103bhp and 138Nm of torque in its second generation. This engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission and a 4-speed torque converter transmission. The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is equipped with a mild hybrid system. With this generation, SVHS technology has also found its way into the Ertiga. The claimed mileage is 19.34kmpl with a manual transmission and 18.69kmpl with an automatic.

2. Datsun Go+ 

Datsun, Nissan’s budget brand, makes this model. The Datsun RediGO, the Datsun Go, and the Datsun GO+ are the three models in this brand’s current lineup. In comparison to the Go, the GO+ has seven seats. Compared to the GO, this one has undergone very few changes and resembles a larger version of the hatch. MPV is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine with 67bhp at 5,000rpm and 104Nm at 4,000rpm torque. The supposed fuel economy for this vehicle is 19.44 kilometres per gallon. It’s in a price range where 7 seaters are hard to come by. And it starts at just Rs. 4,15 lakhs!

3. Renault Triber 

Triber was the first MPV from Renault in India, and it was a huge success. This model comes with a unique feature that makes it stand out! For more luggage space, you can remove the third row of seats. In this case, it’s based on the CMF-A+ modular platform from Renault. It will be followed by Renault’s compact SUV, the HBC. Hopefully, they’ll launch it here very soon! Triber is currently selling well, with a claimed mileage of 20kmpl. 15-17kmpl is a reasonable estimate for city traffic.

4. Mahindra Marazzo 

Mahindra Marazzo is ranked fourth on our list of the best 7 seater SUVs in India for fuel economy and performance. This is also a good choice. Because of its 4-star safety rating, the Marazzo is a safe MPV. Buyers in India are increasingly considering fuel-efficient MPVs that also have a high safety rating, so we expect this vehicle to be well-received. The Marazzo is powered by a turbocharged 1.5-litre 4-cylinder diesel engine. In terms of power and torque, this engine produces 121bhp and 300Nm. Between the Ertiga and Innova, it’s an attractive choice in terms of price. This one is rated at 17.6 mpg.

5. Mahindra Bolero 

The Bolero’s interior is equipped with digital instruments, but its vintage nature is unmistakable. Unattractive cabin design, flat seats, and cramped seating in the second and third rows are also factors. A 1.5-litre  3-cylinder diesel engine is Bolero’s only option now. It’s an improvement over the 2.5-litre engine that was previously available. Low-speed responses are acceptable, and the engine is surprisingly refined for a vehicle of this type. However, Bolero’s high-speed manners are woefully behind modern standards. Mileage of 16.7 kmpl is claimed.

6. Toyota Innova Crysta  

It retains its 2.7-litre petrol engine and 2.4-litre diesel engine options from the previous model. In comparison, the former can produce 164bhp and 245Nm of torque, while the latter can produce 148bhp and 343nm of torque. Five-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmissions are available for these engines. It is available in seven colours: Sparkling Black Crystal Shine, Garnet Red Crystal Shine, White Pearl Crystal Shine, Avant-garde Bronze Crystal Shine, Silver, Grey and White Super. The GX, VX, and ZX models are available. The following are the model’s variant-specific features.

7. Kia Carnival 

The Kia Carnival Premium achieves a certified mileage of 13.9 kilometres per gallon. Glacier White Pearl, Aurora Black Pearl, and Steel Silver are the three colours available for the Kia Carnival Premium trim level. Powered by a 2199 cc engine, it comes with an Automatic transmission. The 2199 cc engine produces 197.2bhp at 3800 rpm and 440nm at 1750-2750 rpm in terms of power and torque.

8. MG Hector Plus 

The 7 seater MG Hector Plus is available in four variants (Super, Smart, and Sharp) (Style, Super, Smart, and Select). In addition to new alloy wheels and a wireless phone charger, the Hector Plus now has ventilated front seats and 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels (from the 5-seater Hector). Retaining features such as the panoramic sunroof, rain-sensitive wipers, powered tailgate, 8-colour ambient lighting, and 10.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system (which supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay).

9. MG Gloster 

It is available in three trim levels: Smart, Sharp, and Savvy. It comes in three trim levels: Super, Sharp, and Savvy. A 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a three-zone climate control system with a PM 2.5 filter, a panoramic sunroof, and a 12-way adjustable driver’s seat with memory function are among its features. Features include adaptive cruise control, semi-parallel park assist, autonomous emergency braking, and lane keep assist, among other safety features.

10. Hyundai Alcazar 

Alcazar variants include the Prestige, Prestige (O), Platinum, Platinum (O) and Signature (O) Dual Tone. The Hyundai Alcazar is available in eight trim levels. Six- and seven-seat layouts are available on Hyundai’s three-row SUV, the Alcazar. Alcazar’s features include a digital instrument cluster with a 10.25-inch display, a touchscreen system with a 10.25-inch display and cruise control. Hyundai has also equipped the SUV with ventilated front seats, a 360-degree camera, a voice-activated panoramic sunroof, and Hyundai’s BlueLink connected car technology, according to The Detroit News.