Ladies, petrol prices are high so this couldn’t be a better time to buy a fuel-efficient car.
After all, you know you don’t like to have to fill up at a petrol station and get fuel on those manicured hands from the nozzle, so, the more miles to the gallon you get the less frequently you will need to visit the forecourt.
So let’s have a look at some very fuel efficient cars that average in excess of 50mpg: –
City Car- the VW Up 1.0 75 High Up is a great city car averaging 60.1mpg and is in road tax band B
Supermini-the Audi A1 1.4 TFSI is great fun to drive but also very fuel efficient averaging 53.3mpg and is in road tax band D.
Executive Compact-the BMW 320d SE automatic is in the executive compact class averaging 62.8mpg and is in road tax band C.
Executive Family- the BMW 520d Efficient Dynamics is a little larger but very much in the executive class averaging 62.8mpg and is in road tax band C.
Family Hatchback-the VW Golf 1.6 TDI 105 Bluemotion Tech Match 5dr a classy car averaging 68.9mpg and is in road tax band B.
Medium Family-the Ford Mondeo 1.6 TDCi 115 Eco Zetec S/S version has a lot of space for the family and averages 65.7mpg and is in road tax band C.
Large Family- the Seat Alhambra 2.0 TDI 140 Ecomotive S model is for the very large family accommodating seven people and averaging 50.4mpg and is in road tax band F.
Four-Wheel Drive -the BMW X3 xDrive20d SE is a luxurious fuel-efficient four-wheel drive averaging 50.4mpg and is in road tax band F.
Electric-the Chevrolet Volt is an electric car backed up by petrol and it is claimed can achieve 235mpg and no road tax to pay.
Now that was a wide selection to meet the needs of most women drivers- all you need to do is persuade your partner to buy you one.
P.S. They even have mirrors so that you can brush your hair and put your lipstick on-but, please oh please, not whilst driving ladies!