Ford offers car loan customers 'a green MPV'People who would consider taking out a car loan for an MPV with low CO2 emissions may want to check out Ford's latest C-Max MPV.
People who would consider taking out a car loan for an MPV with low CO2 emissions may want to check out Ford's latest C-Max MPV.
The manufacturer claimed engineering developments to the 1.6 TDCi version have resulted in a much greener motor.
It said the car now offers CO2 emissions of 119 g/km, which means it qualifies for vehicle excise duty (VED) of £35, rather than £120.
Ford added there will be an additional reduction to £30 from next April when updated VED bands are introduced.
The carmaker also stated the vehicle is capable of 62.8 mpg.
Meanwhile, for people who want a green motor but require something smaller than an MPV, Ford pointed out it offers over 50 models emitting less than 120 g/km of CO2.
In other news, the manufacturer recently released figures which showed its market share of new car sales rose by more than five per cent in November.
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