GreenFleet Awards sees Citroen come up trumps

Mon, 10 Sep 2007
French car manufacturer Citroen has been awarded for its environmental efforts at the GreenFleet awards.

The firm fought off competition from Japanese vehicle developers Honda and Toyota in order to scoop the Car Manufacturer of the Year gong.

Finishing second in the LCV Manufacturer of the Year and Green Marketing Campaign categories, September is set to be a busy month for the company.

At the Frankfurt International Motor Show this week, the body will unveil the C-Cactus - a vehicle which continues to push the company's environmental credentials.

Indeed, the firm has commented that three out of the top ten environmentally-friendly vehicles in the UK are Citroens.

"Today the company offers one of the most fuel efficient and lowest CO2-emitting product ranges around - over 40 per cent of the company's sales are diesel, with ultra-clean Diesel Particulate Filter Systems widely available," remarked the manufacturers.

The exhibition will begin in Germany on September 11th 2007.ADNFCR-1081-ID-18274010-ADNFCR

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