About Green Cars
Is car hire the most practical, most effective and most cost-effective way of travelling around the UK? With the latest economical cars, it could also be a greener way of travelling.
Fleet managers can now choose from a wide range of cars with low running costs, such as the 85.6mpg Ford Fiesta Econetic, the 135mpg Toyota Prius Plug-in, and the 155mpg Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid.
Automatic transmissions could use up to 10% more fuel than their manual equivalent in the past, however today some automatics are now as fuel efficient as their manual equivalents, so what should you choose?
These are the top 10 Plug-in Electric Cars that are eligible for the UK government's Plug-in Car Grant.
Buying a new car can be a huge investment that’s sure to test the wallets of even the most frugal families – but new research indicates that more people are purchasing cars in the UK than has been seen in years thanks to previously unpopular methods of borrowing.
What are the top green cars in the Australian government's Green Vehicle Guide?
There’s lots of talk about hybrid cars, but do they really offer better fuel economy and lower emissions than a conventional petrol or diesel car?
There’s lots of talk about electric cars, but electric vans are also available, and they can make more sense than electric cars.
Hybrid, electric and other green cars can save you money through lower tax bills and other financial savings – here’s how.
With fuel prices on the rise, and increasing concerns about global warming, more and more motorists are looking for cars that can go further on a tank of petrol.