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The launch of a new greener version of the Fiat Panda could save drivers money, it has been claimed.
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Fiat launches greener Panda

Fiat launches greener Panda

A new version of the Fiat Panda has been launched with a more environmentally-friendly engine.

Four models have hit the market - the Panda Active, Dynamic, MyLife and the MultiJet Dynamic, which runs on diesel.

The engines in the new vehicles are Euro-5 complaint, which means they emit a reduced quantity of greenhouse gases.

Indeed, the petrol cars release 113g of CO2 per kilometre and the diesel motors produce 109g.

Not only do the engines reduce the damage of exhaust fumes to the environment, but they can also save drivers money.

Marketing director at Fiat Group Automobiles UK Elena Bernardelli described the new editions as "an even more tempting choice for drivers looking to save on fuel costs and keep CO2 figures as low as possible".

However, the green machines have not compromised on other features, with the vehicles able to reach 62mph in 13 seconds and a maximum speed of over 100mph.

The popular Fiat Panda range has garnered good reviews over the years, with AutoCar once calling the model "a minor riot to drive".

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