VW up! CO2 and NOx emissions 2019

Below is a list of VW up! models available to buy in 2018 showing CO2, NOx, particulate emissions, NGC Rating, OTR and Euro standard.



Older VW up! models may have different CO2 emissions; to find details on these use the used car search or to filter by different options use the new car search. Use the Car Emissions Calculator to compare total emissions from two vehicles for a selected distance.

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VW up! 1.0 Take up! 60PS S/S

City car OTR £10,080 Manual 5-speed
NOx27 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
32 est
CO2
95
Euro
E6

VW up! 1.0 High up! 90PS S/S

City car OTR £13,175 Manual 5-speed
NOx27 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
33 est
CO2
96
Euro
E6

VW up! 1.0 up! beats 90PS

City car OTR £12,470 Manual 5-speed
NOx27 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
24 est
CO2
96
Euro
E6

VW up! 1.0 up! beats 75PS S/S ASG

City car OTR £12,635 Semi-automatic 5-speed
NOx27 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
25 est
CO2
102
Euro
E6

VW up! 1.0 up! GTI 115PS S/S

City car OTR £14,530 Manual 6-speed
NOx27 mg/km
PM100 mg/km
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NGC
38 est
CO2
110
Euro
E6

VW up! CO2 emissions and running costs

Choosing the lowest emission VW up! model variant is a smart move both for the environment, as it reduces the harmful pollutants and greenhouse gases, and also for minimising running costs.

Lower emission VW up! models will have a higher MPG, and hence result in a decreased fuel bill; in addition car tax and company car rates are both related to the tail-pipe CO2 emission level, so a low emission model will mean a cut in VW up! car tax and VW up! company car tax

VW up! CO2 emissions
Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:25th Mar 2019

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