Top ten: the most economical in the Sport-Turismo class for 2022

Rising fuel prices are causing more and more unrest. With this, the demand for economical means of two-wheeled transport has increased. Here we present some of the most economical motorcycles of 2022!

Riding a motorbike can easily be costly if we don’t have a low consumption motorbike. In city traffic or when looking for a parking space, the fuel gauge drops significantly, especially if we have a very greedy motorcycle. To make matters worse, fuel prices, which have skyrocketed recently, should make it easier for many hesitant people to switch to fuel-efficient bikes. If you not only want to be fast and flexible this summer, but above all want to be economical, you can choose the best solution among the different bikes. 10 motorbikes from the category of sports tourism defying high fuel prices!

10th place: Suzuki GSX-S1000GT – Consumption: 6.1 l / 100 km

Our first review is the Suzuki GSX-S1000GT, which with a consumption of 6.1 liters per 100 km does not make a bad first impression and still has room for improvement. With a displacement of exactly 999 cc and a tank capacity of 19 liters, the GSX belongs in the top center line of this arrangement.

9th place: KTM 1290 Super Duke GT – consumption: 5.7 l / 100 km

With a consumption of 5.7 liters per 100 kilometers, the KTM 1290 Super Duke GT can improve a few points from 10th place. The tank capacity of 23 liters and displacement of 1,301 cc are improvements over its predecessor.

8th place: MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 Rosso – consumption: 5.5 l / 100 km

The Italian Turismo Veloce 800 Rosso from MV Agusta took eighth place, with a consumption of 5.5 liters per 100 km. A tank capacity of 21.5 liters and a top speed of 230 km / h promise longer and sportier trips always welcome in this type of motorcycle.

7th place: CFMOTO 650 MT – consumption: 5.4 l / 100 km

With an 18-liter tank and a top speed of 170 km/h and 57 hp, the CFMOTO 650 MT is one of the smallest and slowest models in this sports motorcycle rating, with a fuel consumption of 5.4 liters enough to place it in seventh place among the most economical.

6th place: Yamaha Tracer 9 GT – consumption: 5 l / 100 km

The Yamaha Tracer 9 GT engine comes out with 119 horsepower and provides a good result with a fuel consumption of 5 liters per 100 km. 18 liters is enough to fit the tank of this sport utility vehicle.

Fifth place: CFMOTO 400 NK – consumption: 4.8 l / 100 km

This is the first motorcycle in the rating that managed to stay just below the 5 liter mark, with a declared consumption of 4.8 liters per 100 kilometers traveled. With a power of only 40 hp, it offers a large tank capacity, 17 liters enough to travel long distances on longer trips without having to go through a gas station.

Fourth place: Triumph Tiger Sport 660 – consumption: 4.5 l / 100 km

The Triumph Tiger Sport 660 offers another very attractive fuel economy figure. This touring vehicle consumes 4.5 liters per 100 kilometers and can store up to 17.2 liters in its tank. A longer trip of 400 km is certainly possible with this model.

Third place: Yamaha Tracer 7 GT – consumption: 4.3 l / 100 km

We hit the podium of the most economical touring bike with the Yamaha Tracer 7 GT, in this case already slowly but surely approaching the 4-liter mark. This motorcycle consumes only 4.3 liters per 100 kilometers traveled. With 81 horsepower and a displacement of 660 cc, the Tracer 7 GT earns a bronze medal in this ranking.

2nd place: Zontes 310X1 – consumption: 3.9 l / 100 km

The four-liter mark was broken! Zontes 310 X1 guarantees second place on the podium with a consumption of 3.9 liters per 100 km. Of the drawbacks, the tank capacity of 15 liters is one of the smallest, the capacity of the tank and the power of 35 horsepower is one of the weakest in this top ten.

First place: Honda CBR 500 R – consumption: 3.5 l / 100 km

The winner is Honda! The CBR 500 R consumes 3.5 liters per 100 kilometers. Even with a relatively small tank capacity of 17.1 liters, CBR 500 R users do not need to stop at a gas station like its predecessors in this arrangement. With an output of 48 horsepower and a displacement of 471 cc, the bike is also in the middle of the top ten in these areas – so it’s a very well-balanced offering.

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