About Green Cars
These are useful links for automotive-related suppliers, ranging from car insurance to car buying and selling websites.
The label of eco car is usually taken to mean cars that have low or zero tailpipe CO2 emissions, such as electric cars. But actually, the term is more appropriate for automobiles that are ecologically sensitive as a whole, i.e. holistically greener – or more sustainable.
Low emission cars is a term that refers to automobiles that emit less carbon dioxide (CO2) and other emissions such as particulates than the average car – but is that the correct basis on which to judge what is a low emission car?
Hybrid vans should make complete sense for stop-start urban deliveries, but they don’t have a high profile like hybrid cars, so do hybrid vans exist? The Green Car Guide expert lowdown on environmentally responsible vans.
Hybrid cars are advertised as being able to save money for motorists, but is that really the case?
CO2 emissions and fuel consumption figures are linked, here are the equivalent petrol and diesel figures relative to CO2.
There’s an old joke about tidying your garage: Make three piles – things you definitely need, things you might need and things you don’t need – then throw them all away.
Petrol and diesel prices might be rising, but there are lots of cars that can manage 60mpg, 70mpg, or even more.
Motorists may appreciate that Honda hybrid cars offer low running costs, but what many people may not know is that a Honda hybrid car has won a series of rallies as well as winning a fuel economy competition.
Honda has a range of hybrid cars, but how does a hybrid car work, is a hybrid car really more economical, and which is the most fun Honda hybrid car?