Available to order now, with first deliveries in July, Vauxhall has added an all-new Euro 6.2-compliant 1.5-litre Turbo D 130PS powertrain to its Grandland X SUV range.
In SE trim, it achieves CO2 emissions from 108g/km and combined fuel economy of 68.9mpg when paired with the six-speed manual transmission, and it costs rom £24,190.
The Land Rover Velar can now be ordered with a 3.0V6 TD engine from £44,735.
The 275ps engine also brings adaptive cruise control and steering assist to the technical updates as well as standard particulate filers to slash emissions.
Green Flag found that 21 million cars on the roads are faulty – with 33% of drivers saying they’ve gone blind to their car’s fault, no longer noticing the issue, causing delay on repairs and higher financial damage in the long run.
Some 22% of men say women mess up their cars while 19% of men are blamed by their partners for the same thing but their almost equally divided over road rage reactions.
April saw motorists suffer the biggest increase in petrol and diesel prices for 16 months, with both fuels going up nearly 3p a litre.
Data from RAC Fuel Watch shows the average price of a litre of unleaded went up 2.74p from 120.46p to 123.20. Diesel rose 2.94p a litre from 123.08p to 126.02p.
Germany has just overtaken Norway with electric car registrations.
Sales have surged 70% in Q1 to 17,574 cars in Germany, beating Norway, said the European car makers’ body, who logged an overall 41% EV increase in Europe while diesel dipped 17%.