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What's the most economical car for long distance commuting (100km) to work daily? Is my 141 Volkswagen Polo 1.2 TDI the most fuel efficient car there is on the market?
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What is the fuel economy of the 1.5-litre petrol Nissan Almera?
Paul Tobin (Wexford)
Could you tell me how many miles per gallon l should be getting from my 2016 Vauxhall Astra Elite 1.4i turbo petrol? l use premium petrol, but only do mainly short journeys.
Max Cohen (Chester)
Whats the point of stop-start when your Volkswagen/Audi diesel is doing probably 60mpg? Is this just making a problem that isn't there or just another cost to the consumer?
John Craven (Blackpool,lancs)
Is there a site where I can accurately forecast my projected fuel costs? I will be driving roughly 80km per day in a 2006 BMW 320d and would like to know my weekly costs for budgeting purposes.
Marcus Dillon (Dublin)
Is there much of a difference in economy between the 2WD and 4WD Hyundai Tucsons?
Mark Callanan (Templeglantine)
Do you know, roughly, what the real world fuel economy of both the 5.0-litre and 2.3-litre new Ford Mustang is?
Philip Donegan (Ballina)
Chevrolet 2.0: are they heavy on diesel?
Kevin Mc Guire (Monaghan)
Advice needed on Hyundai Santa Fe. I'm currently changing my Audi A4 and trying to make a decision between the Hyundai Santa Fe (131 reg) and a BMW 520d (12 reg). It's going to be the family car and I currently drive approx 25k a year. So looking for something that running costs (i.e diesel costs) are at their minimum. In your opinion what would be the better choice?
Pamela Griffin (Fethard)
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