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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV green car review

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV green car review

The Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) is a 4×4 SUV with the capability for 32.5 miles of all-electric driving, an official fuel economy figure of 148mpg, and emissions of 44g/km CO2.

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Tesla Model S green car review

Tesla Model S green car review

The Tesla Model S is probably the biggest revolution in motoring in the last 100 years, as Tesla has appeared from nowhere and produced an amazing all-electric sports saloon with a range of 300 miles – and it can even seat up to 7 people.

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Subaru Outback green car review

Subaru Outback green car review

The Subaru Outback may be relatively overlooked in the UK, but it’s basically a good car – it’s capable on and off-road, and dependable – and the diesel is now available with a Lineartronic (CVT) transmission.

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NEW MINI GREEN CAR REVIEW

NEW MINI GREEN CAR REVIEW

The new MINI might look similar to the last one, but it’s actually all-new, including exterior, interior, chassis and powertrains, and the new 3-cylinder diesel version can manage 80.7mpg.

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MAZDA3 2-LITRE PETROL GREEN CAR REVIEW

MAZDA3 2-LITRE PETROL GREEN CAR REVIEW

The new Mazda3 is a brilliant all-round proposition, with great looks, an interior that works well, and it’s excellent to drive; the diesel may be more economical, but the petrol engine is likely to make sense for lower mileage drivers.

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BMW 2 Series green car review

BMW 2 Series green car review

The new BMW 2 Series Coupe focuses on driver appeal, but you’ll have to decide whether you want the ultimate driver’s car, the M235i, or the economy choice, the 220d, which is capable of 64.2mpg.

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Peugeot 308 Active HDi 92 green car review

Peugeot 308 Active HDi 92 green car review

The new Peugeot 308 aims to move Peugeot more upmarket, and the car is certainly very refined; if you like a minimalistic and technology-laden interior then this may be the car for you.

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Peugeot 2008 Allure 1.6 e-HDi 92 green car review

Peugeot 2008 Allure 1.6 e-HDi 92 green car review

The Peugeot 2008 is a small ‘urban crossover’ that has an official economy figure of 70.6mpg and it can even cope in slippery conditions despite being just front-wheel drive.

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Volkswagen e-up! green car review

Volkswagen e-up! green car review

The Volkswagen e-up! is a fully electric version of the up!, meaning that it needs no petrol and has no tailpipe emissions, and despite its extra weight, it’s also better to drive than the petrol up!

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Honda Civic Tourer green car review

Honda Civic Tourer green car review

The new Honda Civic Tourer is quite possibly one of the brand’s best cars yet – it looks good, it’s spacious, it drives well, and with 74.3mpg and 99g/km CO2, it’s economical. We even tried the BTCC version of the Tourer on the track.

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