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n the wake of the recent emissions and fuel economy scandals, the PSA Peugeot Citroen will publish 'real world' mpg figures by Spring 2016

The Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal is still ongoing, and with the fuel efficiency of VW's cars now coming into question too it's fair to say people are losing faith in car company's claims. PSA Peugeot Citroen, however, is looking to regain some confidence by publishing real-world economy figures from early 2016.

The figures, which PSA is producing in conjunction with the non-governmental Transport & Environment organisation, will be measured on open, public roads in real driving conditions. Like the current test, it will take into account urban, extra-urban and motorway conditions, so hopefully the economy rating it produces should be much closer to what the average consumer could reasonably expect from their car

Good news but it will be interesting to see how this compares to the officially published figures!

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