UK new car emissions drop almost four per cent

Will Nichols
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Increase in availability of fuel-efficient vehicles sees emissions drop to 128.3g/km, beating the 130g/km mark required by 2015 under EU rules

UK average new car emissions have dropped by 30 per cent since 2000 and are now below the EU's target level for 2015 as manufacturers step up production of fuel efficient vehicles. Figures published...

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