Emissions Analytics has revealed that the latest Euro 6d-Temp diesel models emit, on average, 71% less particulates that petrol equivalents.
The PSA Group, which owns Peugeot, DS, Citroen and Vauxhall, has published the real-world emissions data for a range of its new models.
Real-world fuel consumption tests of Peugeot, Citroën and DS vehicles have proved to provide accurate information that matches data provided by drivers of their own mpg rates.
New models of diesel and petrol cars will have to pass a new emissions test before they are allowed on Britain’s roads from Friday (September 1, 2017).
New testing regimes aim to give CO2 and economy figures that more accurately reflect true driving experiences. Christopher Smith reports
The PSA Group has published real-world fuel consumption data for 1,000 Peugeot, Citroen and DS models.
Team aims to help manufacturers, leasing companies and dealers manage the introduction of a new emissions testing regime in 2017.
For years, accurate testing of fuel economy and emissions seemed elusive. But a graduate discovered that by applying ‘clever maths’ a solution could be found.
The fleet industry is calling for more manufacturers to follow PSA Group’s lead and publish real-world fuel economy figures.
Brake is urging the government to make sure there are no delays to the implementation of new ‘real world’ car emissions (RDE) tests scheduled for introduction in 2017.
SMMT warns of impact on tax regime of new tests that could differ by up to 30%
Emissions Analytics wants to help fleets improve choice lists, based on NOx tests
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