The model with the lowest CO2 emissions was revealed by Hyundai. Its name is the 2012 i20 Blue and it emits 98 g/km of CO2. One of the advantages of owning one of these models is that you don't have to pay the Congestion Charge in London.
The model has a 1.4-liter CRDi 4-cylinder diesel engine that is able to deliver 90 PS at 4.000 rpm and 220 Nm of torque between 1750rpm and 2750 rpm. The i20 Blue can reach a top speed of 108 mph and the carmaker declared that it can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 13.5 seconds.
The model's equipment includes 15 inch alloy wheels, connectivity with voice recognition, air conditioning and remote central locking, USB and aux connections, steering wheel audio controls, electric front and rear windows and also electric heated and folding door mirrors.
The price for the i20 Blue starts at GBP 13.195 and you can find it now on the market.
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