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Sports cars with low emissions

With the media increasingly focusing on pollution caused by cars, we ask the question, what sports cars are on the market that have low emissions?
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Today's savvy sports car buyer is looking for the perfect combination of handling, driving experience, speed and ...... low emissions?! It's not something you'd typically associate with luxury sports cars. However, while the driving experience and thrill are crucial, so is the focus on being more environmentally aware. The media are increasingly focusing on pollution caused by cars and now buyers are demanding the same of their sports cars. Selecting a model with low emissions will not only have a less harmful impact on the environment but even result in lower running costs.

5 reasons why your next car should be an ultra-low emission vehicle

Looking for a new car? Here's why it should be ultra-low emission...
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If you’re looking for a new car, have you considered an Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle? Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles, or ULEVs, are becoming an increasingly common sight on British roads, and they are only becoming more popular.So why should your next car be a ULEV? We take a look at five reasons why you should look at an ultra-low emission vehicle for your next car.

Company Car Tax for ultra-low emission vehicles

Everything you need to know about company car tax for ultra-low emission vehicles
BMW i3 hatchback
If you’re looking at company cars, you have probably heard the words ‘ultra-low emission vehicle’ thrown about. And there is a reason for this.Ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV’s) are about to become extremely attractive to those who are looking for a company car, and there are a few reasons why this is.In this article we’re going to look at company car tax for ultra-low emission vehicles, and take a look at some of the ULEV’s on the market today. Firstly, what is a ULEV?An ultra-low emission vehicle is just that, its low emission. More specifically, an ultra-low emission vehicle emits 75g/km of CO2 or less. These include electric cars and plug-in hybrids (plus one standard hybrid but we’ll come onto that later). There aren’t that many ULEV’s on the roads as of yet, but it won’t be long before we start seeing them more and more...
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