Britain, and its environment’s favourite car?
by Grant Draper
May 22, 2008
Co-operative Insurance recent research proves that the average UK driver will lean towards a green car purchase, with the top ten consumed cars greener than the gas guzzlers we hear about in the press.
A UK favourite seems to be the the Ford Focus which, with its eco-friendly redesign, produces only 114 g/km CO2, slightly better than the Peugeot 207, which came seventh based on popularity.
Family cars including the Vauxhall Vectra, Volkswagon Passat, and Vauxhall Zafira, took the lower end of the leader board, with high emissions of 225g/km, although compared to the family craze of buying a 4×4, the above owners are doing their bit for the environment.
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