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On the motorway, where does the economy come into play and at what speed to achieve that mpg?
Pádraig Ó Broin (Arklow)
When do the new WLTP figures kick in for VRT and road tax purposes?
Pat Higgins (Galway)
On my new Jaguar E-Pace, the stop-start system only turns the engine off for a maximum of 16 seconds; do you think this acceptable?
Robert Hill (Tenbury Wells)
What is the most economical 1.4 petrol or diesel car in Ireland, max 2015?
Ed Burke (Cork)
My 2004 BMW X3 has a serious problem of high fuel consumption; it uses one litre to drive a four-kilometre distance; what could be the cause?
Sinani Simba (Dar Es Salaam)
Does the Hyundai Kona CRDi 136 DCT meet the Euro 6 emissions zone for inner London?
Anthony McNeill (London UK)
How much would it cost in an Opel Mokka diesel to travel 201km four days week?
Corionna Corcoran (Galway)
My BMW X3 2.5 has high fuel consumption; 15 litres takes me a distance of 100km. What could be the cause of such highs?
Cosmus Chibanda (Lusaka)
Toyota Prius (2006): what do you think? A credible option or just a little bit of a gimmick?
Im confused as to what's the best economical hatchback car. I want to buy a used car between the years 2006 and 2008. I'm currently spending €110 a week on petrol in a 1.4-litre For Focus.
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