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With vehicle manufacturers developing more fuel efficient cars and reducing carbon emissions, the range of ‘green’ eco friendly cars on the market  is increasing. 

Advances in new car efficiency, coupled with the influx of electric and hybrid vehicles is enabling emissions from all cars to continue to fall, despite the increased number of vehicles in use and the distance travelled.

Here is a few of the best ‘green’ cars on the market

BMW I3 | Range Extender 5dr Auto
CO2 emissions – 13 g/km
Fuel type – Electric
MPG – 470.8
Tax Band – A

Chevrolet Volt | 5dr Auto
CO2 emissions – 27 g/km
Fuel type – Electric
MPG – 235.4
Tax Band – A

Vauxhall Ampera | Earth 5dr Auto
CO2 emissions – 27 g/km
Fuel type – Electric
MPG – 235.4
Tax Band – A

Audi A3 | 1.4 TFSI e-tron 5dr S Tronic
CO2 emissions – 37 g/km
Fuel type – Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid
MPG – 176.6
Tax Band – A

Mitsubishi Outlander | 2.0 PHEV GX3h 5dr Auto
CO2 emissions – 44 g/km
Fuel type – Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid
MPG – 148.0
Tax Band – A

Volvo V60 | D6 AWD PHEV R DESIGN Lux Nav 5dr
CO2 emissions – 48 g/km
Fuel type – Diesel/PlugIn Elec Hybrid
MPG – 155.2
Tax Band – A

BMW I8 | 2dr Auto
CO2 emissions – 49 g/km
Fuel type – Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid
MPG – 134.5
Tax Band – A

Toyota Prius | 1.8 VVTi Plug-in 5dr CVT Auto
CO2 emissions – 49 g/km
Fuel type – Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid
MPG – 134.0
Tax Band – A

Porsche Panamera | 3.0 V6 S E-Hybrid 4dr Tiptronic S
CO2 emissions – 71 g/km
Fuel type – Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid
MPG – 91.1
Tax Band – A

Toyota Yaris | 1.5 VVT-i Hybrid Icon 5dr CVT Auto
CO2 emissions – 75 g/km
Fuel type – Petrol/Electric Hybrid
MPG – N/A
Tax Band – A