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Geneva Motor Show: 2014 Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion

The new 2014 Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion is making a world premiere at this year Geneva Motor Show. This is one of the world’s most fuel-efficient family cars: a genuine five-seater, with all the Golf’s traditional attributes of comfort, safety and practicality, along with combined fuel consumption of 88.3 mpg on the combined cycle and CO2 emissions of just 85 g/km, makes it the perfect car. The above mentioned numbers also signify that there is a 15 per cent improvement over the previous-gene

Volkswagen Golf VI Bluemotion awarded Green Car of the Year

VW Golf VI Bluemotion is trully amazing car capable of doing 74.3 mpg and also freed from road tax. The vehicle is named Green Car of the Year at the What Car? Green Awards, held in association with Warranty Direct. “Volkswagen has built a hugely desirable car that’s big on ability, but small on running costs. The Golf BlueMotion does an enviable 74.3mpg and emits just 99g/km of CO2, which means it is exempt from road tax, while company car tax will be based on just 13% of its £18,685 list pr

VW reveals BLUEMOTION range at Frankfurt Motor Show

Production versions of three new highly-efficient additions to the BlueMotion range have been unveiled ahead of the Frankfurt Motor Show. All engines from this range are common rail diesel powered with incredible low fuel consumption and emissions under 115g/km of CO2. The new Polo, Golf and Passat BlueMotion models emit just 87 g/km, 99 g/km and 114 g/km of CO2 respectively while every variant is also capable of travelling a minimum of 840 miles on a single tank of fuel. Each model bears

Volkswagen with new range of highly efficient Golfs

Following the launch of the standard sixth generation Golf and the GTI and GTD performance models, Volkswagen is pleased to announce the ‘economy’ range, based on a new 1.6-litre common rail diesel engine, and which includes a BlueMotion variant. All the new Golf models with this engine and five-speed manual gearbox achieve CO2 emissions of under 120 g/km, while the new Golf BlueMotion, the most efficient and technologically advanced iteration of the model yet produced, is capable of achievi