Gerhard Plattner who is an economy driving expert has proved that modern diesel engines driven the right way will perform better than most hybrids. Gerhard who uses fuel saving driving techniques drove a Skoda Fabia Greenline II an incredible distance of 1,246 miles on the Skoda 45 litre tank of diesel, which averaged out at 127.9mpg. The Manufacturer claims the Skoda Fabia Greenline II should average 83.1mpg, so the fact that Gerhard managed an extra 44.8mpg from the Skoda shows that the economy figures of a car is influenced heavily on the way we drive.
The Skoda Fabia experiment took place on one of Germany longest motorway the A7, where Gerhard Plattner complemented the Skoda saying the Fabia Greenline II is one of the best models available for economy motoring. With current fuel prices at an all time high, the Skoda could help you save on your annual motoring costs while also helping to do your bit for the environment as the Skoda Fabia Greenline II has one of the lowest Co2 emission levels in its class. Gerhard said that even such details as the correct tyre pressure and correct specification of engine oil will help increase the cars fuel economy figures.
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