There are a number of low co2 emission cars on the market including some that offer
ample space for the family.
The Nissan Leaf is a medium sized hatchback that can comfortably seat five adults
and their luggage. A fully charged Nissan Leaf has a top speed of 90mph and a
range of up to one hundred miles. It is a zero emission car; the "Leaf" name is a
significant statement about the car itself. Just as leaves purify the air in nature, so
Nissan Leaf purifies mobility by taking emissions out of the driving experience.
The Toyota Auris Hybrid was awarded What Green Car of the Year 2010, it
features a 1.8 litre VVT-i petrol engine and two electric motors that work together to
deliver power to the wheels in the most efficient way. The result is best-in-class CO2
emissions of just 89 g/km and a combined fuel economy of 74.3 mpg.
The new Hyundai i40 Tourer will be on sale in September, there is a choice of
three efficient engines, four power outputs and manual or automatic transmission.
Hyundai’s Blue Drive technologies incorporating Intelligent Stop & Go technology are
fitted as standard on all Active derivatives, and on the Style 1.7 CRDi 136PS Blue
Drive model ensuring CO2 emissions of 119 g/km. The new Hyundai i40 is a stylish
medium family car offering exceptionally low co2 emissions.