Romania was ranked 12th in a league table of who buys the most polluting car models in Europe, with an average 156 g/km CO2 emissions, down from the ninth. In 2007, the average emissions of CO2 for cars bought by Romanian drivers was 155g/km.
Portuguese drivers were the most eco-conscious in Europe last year when it came to buying cars with an average of 138g CO/km (ex. VW Polo).
In Latvia, there are the least green drivers with a figure of 181g/km (ex: Subaru Imprezza).
The European Union plans to reduce CO2 emissions of new cars to an average 130g/km by 2015.
“Car makers can build green cars, but they need us to buy them”, said the director of ETA, Andrew Davis.
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