A vehicle's fuel economy is one of the top three buying criteria when buying a new or used car. This is not surprising given that a high MPG figure results in reduced fuel costs, lower CO2 emissions and less car tax. Company car BIK rates are also lower for low CO2 - and thus migh MPG - cars.
Next Green Car’s microsite provides an overview of the key topics around MPG (miles-per-gallon). In particular we cover the discrepancy between official and real-world MPG, details of the fuel economy label and how to reduce fuel bills by eco-driving.
The 'Best MPG search' page includes search tools to help you find a high MPG new or used car; and the 'Make/model search' allows comparison of different models from a single manufacturer or between different variants of the same model. Two of NGC's tools can prove useful to buyers looking at fuel economy too - the MPG Calculator and Fuel Cost Calculator.