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07 09 2017 02

After 18 months of testing 60 vehicles in over 430 road tests covering more than 40,000 km, Groupe PSA, FNE, T&E, and Bureau Veritas have published a detailed report on their real-world fuel economy findings.

The test protocol is highly reproducible with a margin of error of just ± 3%. The roughly one thousand results not only match internal PSA data from their customers but also the information uploaded by drivers themselves onto public web-based data sets such as Germany’s www.spritmonitor.de. The Spritmonitor results are within ± 0.2 litres per 100 km driven.

The development of the real-world fuel consumption test protocol commenced in late 2015 and has involved a substantial testing effort with the objective to cover 80% of the volumes sold by Peugeot, Citroën and DS brands, both for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles.

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