Ford C-Max emissions lowered
- 1.6-litre diesel emissions down to 119g/km
- VED road tax rate falls to £35 a year
- Fuel economy rises to 62.8mpg
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Ford has reduced the emissions of its C-Max 1.6-litre diesel model to 119g/km of CO2, which has dropped it a VED road tax band. Fuel economy has been improved, too.
The reduction from its previous level of 124g/km means the annual VED road tax rate will now be £35 instead of £120, and will fall to £30 from April 2009.
Average fuel economy has been increased from 60.1mpg to a 62.8mpg. The price remains unchanged, starting at £15,805.
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