Is there a pure petrol engine that is tax free?

Is there a pure petrol engine that is tax free?

Asked on 30 January 2017 by barrie crowther

Answered by Honest John
If bought new before April 2017:
Alfa MiTo TwinAir 98g/km

Citroen C1 manual from 2012 99g/km

FIAT 500 TwinAir 95g/km

FIAT Punto TwinAir 98g/km

Ford Focus 1.0 Ecoboost 100PS 99g/km
Honda Insight 80g/km (original coupe model)
Hyundai i10 Blue (from February 2011)
KIA Picanto 1.0 3-cylinder 2011 model 99g/km

KIA Picanto 1.25 4-cylinder with ISG 100g/km

Lexus CT200h 96g/km, Lexus IS300h 99g/km

Nissan Micra K13 Supercharged

Peugeot 107 manual from 2012 99g/km

Peugeot 208 1.0 3-cylinder 99g/km

SEAT Mii 1.0 Ecomotive 97g/km

Skoda Citigo 1.0 Ecomotive 97g/km

Toyota Aygo 5-spd manual from 2012 99g/km
Toyota IQ 1.0 5-spd manual 99g/km

Toyota Yaris hybrid 89g/km
Toyota Auris hybrid
Toyota Prius III

VW Up! 1.0 Bluemotion 97g/km
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