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Toyota Prius wins JD Power Award; Lexus wins overall for 7th Time

Toyota Prius wins JD Power Award; Lexus wins overall for 7th Time

The Toyota Prius is the top-ranked individual model – together with the Lexus IS - in the 2007 J.D. Power and Associates customer satisfaction study.

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UK car buyers are going green

UK car buyers are going green

Figures from the Society of Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that consumers are starting to prioritise lower CO2 emissions when buying new cars.

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Audi A3 to go sub 120g/km

Audi A3 to go sub 120g/km

Audi is set to introduce a low CO2 A3 in September. The 1.9 TDIe features a reworked version of the current 1.9 litre engine, producing 105 bhp. In order to maximise fuel efficiency 3rd, 4th and 5th gear ratios have been extended whilst a gear change indicator systems prompts drivers to drive efficiently.

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Green Cars & London

Green Cars & London

Information from the recent 'Low Emission Vehicles in London' event

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New technology to Monitor Vehicle Emissions on the move

New technology to Monitor Vehicle Emissions on the move

A new technology has been launched that calculates the true emissions of a moving vehicle, reporting the level and composition of its pollutants.

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New 4x4s from Citroën, Peugeot… & Mitsubishi!

New 4x4s from Citroën, Peugeot… & Mitsubishi!

Citroën and Peugeot have produced their first SUVs – with a bit of help from Mitsubishi. The Citroën C-Crosser and the Peugeot 4007 are based on the mechanically identical Mitsubishi Outlander.

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The Retail Motor Industry Federation response to the Budget

The Retail Motor Industry Federation response to the Budget

The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMIF) has made the following comments about the Budget, and the response suggests that Mr Brown is not genuine about encouraging the increased take-up of green cars...

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The full motoring related details from the Budget

The full motoring related details from the Budget

An increase in fuel duty rates of 2 pence per litre (ppl) from 1 October 2007, and increases in the next two years of 2ppl and 1.84ppl respectively

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Greener cars benefit from Chancellor’s latest budget

Greener cars benefit from Chancellor’s latest budget

Gordon Brown yesterday announced a 30% cut in vehicle excise duty (VED) for cars which emit the least pollution.

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The full motoring related details from the Budget

The full motoring related details from the Budget• An increase in fuel duty rates of 2 pence per litre (ppl) from 1 October 2007, and increases in the next two years of 2ppl and 1.84ppl respectively

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