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CO2 & Fuel Consumption Results for the Configured Car
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£1,500 ‘Government Grant’ for 100% electric powertrains refer to the Government's Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG), which is subject to formal approval by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV). OLEV reserve the right to alter or withdraw the PiCG at any time. The grant must be claimed by your supplying retailer and is subject to conditions. To find out more about Plug In Grants and the benefits of owning an ultra low emission vehicle, visit www.GoUltraLow.com
†WLTP - Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure. The fuel consumption or electric range achieved, and CO2 produced, in real world conditions will depend upon a number of factors including, but not limited to: the accessories fitted (pre and post registration); the starting charge of the battery (electric & PHEV only); variations in weather; driving styles and vehicle load. The all-new e-208, all-new e-2008 SUV and plug-in HYBRID range requires mains electricity for charging. The WLTP (Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure) is used to measure fuel consumption, electric range and CO2 figures. Figures shown are for comparison purposes and should only be compared to the fuel consumption, electric range and CO2 values of other cars tested to the same technical standard. The figures displayed for the plug-in HYBRID range were obtained using a combination of battery power and fuel.