Currently fuel costs more than antique furniture and so we tend to try and save the liquid gold where we can. Having a car that sips at its combusting cargo is a very good way of cutting the costs of motoring. Citroen have just launched a new C3 that claims it will do a very impressive 83MPG.
This is the new Citoren C3 e-HDi 70 Airdream EGS VTR+. No we have not just made that up, that collection of seemingly disassociated numbers and letters is indeed its name. Its frugality comes thanks to Citroens start/stop micro-hybrid technology built into the 68BHP diesel engine. Emissions come to a very low 87g/km and the car in an extra urban environment could even achieve 88.3MPG.
The Airdream starts from £15,290.