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Green Car of the Year 2014 - The Reviews

Catch all the reviews of our shortlisted green cars of the year

The BusinessGreen Leaders Awards will this year announce its green car of the year award. Judged by some of the UK's leading green car bloggers, the shortlist contains some of the most exciting low and zero emission vehicles available in the UK. Read all the low down on each of the shortlisted cars from our expert panel:

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