Operating costs more important to British drivers than emissions
In a survey commissioned by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), thirteen percent of respondents called out low CO2 as the most important buying decision while twenty-nine percent said low annual operating cost. A further forty-five percent said both were important. Fortunately fuel economy and CO2 emissions tend to go hand in hand so the end result is largely the same regardless of what you choose.
[Source: Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, via AutoExpress]
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