The BVRLA has published its latest Quarterly Leasing Survey results, showing its members’ fleet remains substantially cleaner than national levels with average emissions for the BVRLA total car fleet at 112.0g/km, representing a year on year fall of 0.9g/km across the car fleet. Furthermore, the BVRLA New registrations average emissions figure is 111.3g/km, down 0.5g/kg year on year, the lowest recorded since Q1 2017. Comparatively, the national new registrations average of 123.6g/km is up again from 121.3g/km in Q2 2017, making this the fifth quarter in a row that increases have been recorded. Although the whole BVRLA LCV fleet is at an all-time low of 167.2g/km this quarter, emissions for new registrations remain higher than they were at the end of 2017. Average emissions for newly registered BVRLA LCVs fell from 163.1g/km in Q1 2018 to 161.5g/km in Q2 2018 but this is still greater than the 160.7g/km recorded for Q4 2017.
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