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Greener version of likeable i30 is hard to knock

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Can the second-generation Hyundai i30 challenge for class honours?

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29 May 2009

How did blue become green?

Why does every eco model have to have 'blue' in the name?

Was it VW's fault with the Bluemotion models?

29 May 2009

EU directive I think - you're not allowed to call things that pollute Green or somesuch idiocy - hence the manufacturers have all agreed on blue as the marketing trigger. It reminds me of tampon adverts...

Bring back steel wheels.

31 May 2009

[quote W124]EU directive I think - you're not allowed to call things that pollute Green or somesuch idiocy - hence the manufacturers have all agreed on blue as the marketing trigger[/quote]

Isn't Skodas version called the Greenline?

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