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WLTP: The most common makes of cars for fleets analysed

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WLTP: The most common makes of cars for fleets analysed

What consequences do the consumption standards that came into force on 1 September 2018 really have for cars? ALD Automotive has answers.

WLTP, the new consumption measurement test method, is the hottest topic around. But what consequences do the consumption standards that came into force on 1 September 2018 really have for cars? ALD Automotive has taken a closer look at the most common makes of cars for fleets and fills you in on the development of the list price and effects on the CO2 emissions.*  

When buying a new company car, the CO2 value is now nearly just as important as the lease instalment. On 1 September 2018, all European automobile manufacturers switched to WLTP – a procedure that is based even more closely on everyday driving behaviour and reflects a vehicle’s everyday consumption even more realistically compared to its predecessor NEFZ. To help you make the right choice of vehicle, we have analysed the CO2 emissions and price development of the most common makes of cars for fleets: 

Average CO2 development for the most common makes of cars for fleets*

Average price development for the most common makes of cars for fleets*

Please note that some suppliers are currently working with provisional figures and/or that they have not yet converted all of their models. 

*Based on Jato data for September 2018. The most common makes of cars for fleets relate to the number of cars in the portfolio of ALD Automotive. All data subject to change without notice.