Beginning this month, car buyers will now be able to choose from among the 10 Citroën vehicle models that emit less than 100g/km CO2, as the company’s existing lineup of sub-100g/km are joined with three new C3 models with a green and clean e-HDi 90 micro-hybrid powertrain, including second-generation Stop & Start.
With these additional models, drivers can enjoy the environmental and financial benefits of having a new stylish sub-100g Citroën. One of these new e-HDi models boasts of as low as 93g/km CO2 emissions and a fuel economy of 78.5mpg.
On the other hand, the two other new models boast of CO2 emissions of as low as 98g/km and a fuel economy of 76.3mpg. The C3 HDi 70 manual VT has been rehomologated. It now has more efficient fuel consumption and lower emissions.
The CO2 output is reduced to 99g/km from 112g/km with improved fuel economy of 74.3mpg over a combined cycle, up from 65.7mpg. The family sized New C4 e-HDi 110 Airdream EGS6 VTR+ has also been rehomologated with sub-100g/km emissions, as it has a new Aerodynamic Pack and Michelin Energy Saver tires with ultra-low rolling resistance.
These efficiency-enhancing features reduce CO2 emissions from 109g/km to 98g/km, which is one of the lowest for a car model in this class. Drivers benefit from having improved fuel efficiency, especially while fuel prices are increasing, but there is free V.E.D.
Also, central London commuters could save around £2,500 annually with a congestion charge exemption. Moreover, businesses can enjoy the lowest possible B.I.K tax rates. It’s 0% for C-Zero and 13% for the nine other diesel models.