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    With fuel prices soaring towards £2-a-litre, these are the new models on sale from each car brand that sip the least petrol and diesel<br>With average petrol prices nearing £1.90-a-litre and diesel edging closer to £2 this week, motorists’ wallets and purses are being hit incredibly hard. If you are you looking for more regarding Aki Terbaru Motor Beat check out our web-page.  <br>It means drivers now have to fork out over £100 for unleaded to fill up an average-size family motor with a 55-litre tank. <br>But there are some cars that will need to be brimmed with fuel less often than others, as motoring consumer title What Car?

    has pointed out.<br>It has named each major brand’s most frugal model on paper, based on their ‘official’ miles per gallon (mpg) fuel economy figures.<br>Most of these are plug-in hybrid models with astronomical fuel efficiency figures.
    However, these need to be taken with a pinch of salt, as we’ll explain later.<br>Scroll down to see the top performer for each mainstream brand listed below.<br>To see the full list of most-economical cars in every manufacturer’s existing range (including the likes of Ferrari, McLaren and Rolls-Royce) – as well as how much these models cost to finance, how much you should aim to haggle off the list price and a star rating for each model – then read . <br> RELATED ARTICLES Share this article Share HOW THIS IS MONEY CAN HELP These are the models that are said to be the most economical in order of fuel efficiency claims for the standout performers for each brand.

    All are plug-in hybrid (PHEV) cars, but the figures quoted for these vehicles need to be taken with a pinch of salt…<br><div class=”art-ins mol-factbox money” data-version=”2″ id=”mol-4c2b5d50-f218-11ec-add2-bdd675917cc5″ website economical cars you can buy as fuel prices rocket

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