The Fleet News car running cost tools have been updated to reflect the switchover to WLTP CO2 emissions data and the new 2020/21 benefit-in-kind (BIK) bands.
YAS has a goal of achieving zero emissions by 2050. But getting there might entail building a frontline ambulance from scratch. Andrew Ryan reports
New ‘real world driving’ data reveals that some fleet drivers are getting 40 fewer miles per gallon than colleagues who drive identical models.
The new Kia Niro has set a Guinness World Record for the lowest fuel consumption achieved by a hybrid car.
Poll suggests just one in 20 currently get within 5% of official mpg figures.
Emissions Analytics has launched a new EQUA mpg index which provides real-world fuel economy data for more than 60,000 car models.
Analysis of 1,900 on-road coaching sessions shows substantial fuel savings when incorporating eco techniques into standard driver training courses.
Opel Group is to begin publishing fuel consumption figures recorded under the proposed new WLTP 'real world' testing cycle from June this year.
Fuel remains one of the biggest costs associated with operating a fleet of vehicles, but operators can make significant savings through introducing the right initiatives. Andrew Ryan reports on five of the best
Reduced-size turbo petrol engines offer comparable running costs and are less polluting than their diesel counterparts, but fleet uptake remains low. Andrew Ryan reports
Opel and Vauxhall are to begin publishing results from the new Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) programme alongside existing NEDC cycles.
Honda will put the real-world fuel economy of its 1.6 i-DTEC engine to the test in an 8,500mile drive across all 24 contiguous EU countries.
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