Toyota C-HR crossover becomes an all-hybrid range with a choice of upgraded 1.8 and new 2.0-litre ‘self-charging’ hybrid powertrains.
Scottish Borders Council reducing emission with Ubeeqo partnership.
Revised C-HR range features new 182bhp hybrid, new multimedia and uprated ride and handling.
By Rupert Pontin, director at Cazana
Peugeot has confirmed its new plug-in hybrid 3008, the Hybrid4, will emit 29g/km.
Fleets should switch to hybrid vehicles rather than waiting for an adequate supply of fully-electric vehicles, in order to reduce real-world CO2 emissions.
Hyundai has added a hybrid powertrain to the Kona, providing lower emissions and better performance.
Kia has recalled more than 5,000 Niro hybrid and plug-in hybrid models due to an electrical relay that could overheat.
Lexus has revealed the new RX ahead of its official launch in the Autumn.
Land Rover has updated its flagship Range Rover with a new mild-hybrid petrol engine.
The LS is beautifully made, exquisitely designed and fairly exclusive.
Impressive mpg means new Camry really could be a feasible alternative to a diesel for higher mileage users.
Lexus ES has made refinement a top priority so it features more sound deadening than any of its previous models.
New MD Mark Pickles expects a big boost from renewals and conquests this year and sees ‘huge potential’ for Free2Move Lease UK.
Volvo will begin fitting upgraded and newly developed electrified powertrain options to its entire model range.
Hyundai is launching a heavily revised version of the Ioniq hybrid and plug-in hybrid.
Ford has updated the Mondeo for 2019 with new prices and a new hybrid estate.
Honda ditches diesel for its latest CR-V, favoring a petrol-hybrid setup instead.
Toyota is targeting younger fleet drivers with its 'stand-out' C-HR, which offers low CO2 emissions and promises more than 70mpg.
Fleet and individual requirements need to be taken into account to ensure an organisation uses the best fuel for its vehicles, says Airmax Remote.
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