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Greenest large family car 2020

The list below shows similar models to the HYUNDAI IONIQ Electric in the large family class. Ordered by the NGC Rating, these cars are the greenest models available to buy as new in the UK in 2020.

Petrol, diesel, electric and PHEV large family car are included in the selection and data shown includes NGC Rating, official MPG and CO2 emissions. Choose a model to see full information including links to cost and tax calculators.

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Petrol
Diesel
Hybrid
Plug-in
Hybrid
Electric
Hydrogen
NGC
Rating
MPG
Combined
CO2
(g/km)
NGC
Approved

HYUNDAI IONIQ Electric Premium 38.3 kWh 100kW Auto

Large family 5
Compare
OTR £30,950 Including OLEV grant OLEV Category 1
NGC
20
MPG
183
EQUIV
CO2
0
WLTP

HYUNDAI IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid 1.6 GDi Premium 141ps DCT

Large family 5
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OTR £30,250 Not eligible for OLEV grant
NGC
26
MPG
257
WLTP
CO2
26
WLTP

TOYOTA Prius 1.8 VVT-i Active Auto

Large family 5
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OTR £24,355
NGC
30
MPG
90
WLTP
CO2
94
WLTP

TOYOTA Prius Plug-In 1.8 VVT-i Business Edition Plus Hybrid Auto

Large family 5
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OTR £32,125 Not eligible for OLEV grant
NGC
30
MPG
283
WLTP
CO2
29
WLTP

VW Passat GTE Saloon 1.4 TSI PHEV 218PS DSG

Large family 5
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OTR £36,600 Not eligible for OLEV grant
NGC
31
MPG
217
WLTP
CO2
28
WLTP

HYUNDAI IONIQ Hybrid 1.6 GDi SE Connect 141PS Blue Drive DCT

Large family 5
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OTR £23,840
NGC
32
EST.
MPG
81
WLTP
CO2
102
WLTP

SKODA SUPERB iV Hatch 1.4 TSI SE Technology 218PS DSG

Large family 5
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OTR £31,970 Not eligible for OLEV grant
NGC
33
MPG
188
WLTP
CO2
30
30-42
WLTP

PEUGEOT 508 Fastback 1.5L BlueHDi Active 130 S&S

Large family 5
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OTR £26,855
NGC
34
EST.
MPG
80
WLTP
CO2
120
WLTP

SKODA SUPERB Hatch 2.0 TDI S 150PS SCR

Large family 5
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OTR £24,410
NGC
36
EST.
MPG
76
WLTP
CO2
127
127-150
WLTP

PEUGEOT 508 Fastback HYBRID Allure 225 e-EAT8 S&S

Large family 5
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OTR £34,945 Not eligible for OLEV grant
NGC
36
MPG
235
WLTP
CO2
29
WLTP

Large family car - choosing a environmentally friendly model

If you have a regular daily mileage and somewhere to install a home charging unit, an electric large family car is the best and most environmentally friendly option. Failing that a plug-in hybrid or low emission petrol diesel car would be a good choice.

The Next Green Car Rating, looks at a total emissions over the lifecycle of a vehicle and expresses the vehicle’s impact as a score ranging from 0 for the greenest cars to 100 for the most polluting. This can be used to help you compare large family models across technologies and help you narrow down the options.

To compare three models side by side, use the blue compare button to add to the car comparison tool.

Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:5th Jun 2020