Your old diesel is nothing like Peugeot BlueHDi
With the recent legislation surrounding the use of dirty diesel cars and vans in the city, it is important to consider: is your diesel exempt from the additional Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) that comes into force in September 2020?
What is Euro 6 compliance?
Euro compliance is a standard that each engine must adhere to. Vehicles made after September 2015 are usually Euro 6 compliant which means it is exempt from the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) additional charging.
BlueHDi is Euro 6 compliant
If you’re driving a Peugeot BlueHDi then your vehicle is likely to be compliant and therefore exempt from the Ultra Low Emission Zone additional charging. You can check on the Direct.Gov site here http://carfueldata.direct.gov.uk/search-new-or-used-cars.aspx
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What makes BlueHDi better?
Unlike many dirty diesels on the roads, BlueHDi engines were made with the environment and future motoring standards in mind. Constructed from the finest materials and producing less than 0.08 NOx/km, lower CO2 emissions and an increase in power and economy. Currently even the multi-award-winning PureTech engines cannot compete with the economy figures from BlueHDi units.
Should I keep away from diesel engines?
Absolutely. Whilst diesel engines are getting bad press currently, it is important to note that not all of them are the same. Charters and Peugeot provide some of the best in the industry which uphold to the stringent expectations put upon them. If you haven’t driven a Peugeot BlueHDi then it’s about time you did.
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