CUPRA CO2 and NOx emissions

The list below shows CUPRA models available to buy as new in UK in 2018, ordered by tail-pipe CO2 emissions, lowest first. The CO2 figure is an official measure of grams of CO2 emitted from the tail-pipe of each CUPRA model per km. The NOx and PM10 figures are official figures show in mg/km. Also shown is NGC Rating, which is a life cycle rating that includes air pollutants as well as greenhouse gas emissions across the life of the CUPRA model.



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CUPRA Leon e-HYBRID 1.4 TSI VZ2 245 DSG-auto

Sports cabrio OTR £34,495
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
32
CO2
30
Euro

CUPRA Leon e-HYBRID Estate 1.4 TSI VZ2 245 DSG-auto

Sports cabrio OTR £35,525
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
33
CO2
31
Euro

CUPRA Formentor 1.4 TSI VZ1 e-HYBRID DSG-auto 245

Sports cabrio OTR £38,625
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
35
CO2
33
Euro

CUPRA Ateca 2.0 TSI 300PS AWD DSG

Sports cabrio OTR £38,140
NOx0 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
57 est
CO2
197
Euro

Emissions for CUPRA models - impact on environment and running costs

Selecting a low emission CUPRA model means fewer damaging pollutants and greenhouse gases in the environment. As well as the carbon dioxide (CO2), the standard emissions figure, petrol and diesel CUPRA models also emit other substances including carbon monoxide (CO), particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx). Road transport also remains the main source of many local emissions and air pollution, more info available in the types and impact section.

In addition to having a positive effect on the environment, choosing a low emission CUPRA will also reduce general car running costs through decreased fuel costs and a drop in CUPRA car tax and CUPRA company car tax payable.

CUPRA emissions UK
Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:2nd Mar 2021

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