We know the situation: you’re driving down the motorway and your car’s fuel light chimes on, signalling a refreshment stop is needed. So you pull in to a service station to refuel with petrol and caffeine, water or any other beverage of your choice.
But did you know that drivers filling up on the UK’s motorways could be paying up to 10p more for every litre of fuel than normal according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists – with diesel sometimes even more? That could mean paying more than £1.50 per litre. An eye-watering sum in anyone’s book.
So, what better way to combat inflated motorway service station fuel prices than with a fuel-efficient car from T W White and Sons?
Take our family and fleet friendly Mazda 6 – with its powerful 129bhp 2.2-litre turbodiesel engine, it will still return 54.3mpg combined, helping you to avoid the most expensive of motorway fill-ups, improving your range and eradicating the inconvenience of having to stop.
It’s the same story with our all-new Hyundai i30 hatchback. We realise it’s a car for all occasions and people who demand a lot from their vehicle – and the i30 duly delivers.
With its highly fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly engine, the 1.6-litre CRDI Blue Drive i30 will return an astonishing 74.3mpg combined – that’s better than many rivals and helps i30 owners get to where they are going with the minimum of fuss and expense.
Suzuki, too, can help you sidestep inflated motorway fuel costs. The Swift supermini fitted with the Japanese manufacturer’s frugal and nippy 1.3-litre turbodiesel engine will return 67.3mpg, meaning whether you’re on the motorway or around town, endless refuelling stops won’t punctuate your journeys.
Whether it’s one of our terrific Hyundai, Mazda or Suzuki vehicles, we know you’ll see the savings thanks to thorough engineering and development. Fuel prices might be high and only set to rise further, but it doesn’t mean you have to break the bank to run – and enjoy – a car.
Check out our range of vehicles today at T W White and Sons showrooms across Surrey, South London and Kent.