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How to Save Money on Fuel for Your Vehicle

16th January 2024
putting fuel in a car

Pay nothing at all: free efficiency tips for vans and cars

Lighter vehicles use less

Remove your roof rack
Have a good clear out
Drive with less fuel

Economical driving techniques

Avoid unnecessary acceleration and sharp braking
Switch your engine off
Switch your engine off
Turn off the air conditioning
Keep your windows closed
Sharing is caring (about miles per gallon)

All about premium fuel, tyre pressure, servicing and journey planning

Fuel efficient leasing deals

Fuel efficient leasing deals

UP TO 91.1 MPG*
Toyota Yaris 1.5 Hybrid Design CVT (Safety Pack)

Toyota Yaris

1.5 Hybrid Design CVT (Safety Pack)

From

£307.87

Personal price
per month Incl VAT

Business Leasing £239.58 Excl VAT

Initial Rental £1,847.22 Incl VAT
Processing Fee: £270.00 Incl VAT
Subject to status and conditions
Hot Deal
Mazda 2 Hybrid 1.5i Hybrid Centre Line CVT

Mazda 2 Hybrid

1.5i Hybrid Centre Line CVT

From

£270.51

Personal price
per month Incl VAT

Business Leasing £225.42 Excl VAT

Initial Rental £1,623.06 Incl VAT
Processing Fee: £270.00 Incl VAT
Subject to status and conditions
Expected Jul Delivery
UP TO 68.9 MPG*
Toyota Yaris 1.5 Hybrid Icon  CVT

Toyota Yaris

1.5 Hybrid Icon CVT

From

£282.96

Personal price
per month Incl VAT

Business Leasing £227.31 Excl VAT

Initial Rental £1,697.76 Incl VAT
Processing Fee: £270.00 Incl VAT
Subject to status and conditions
Expected Jul Delivery
UP TO 68.9 MPG*
Toyota Yaris 1.5 Hybrid Design  CVT

Toyota Yaris

1.5 Hybrid Design CVT

From

£296.55

Personal price
per month Incl VAT

Business Leasing £232.03 Excl VAT

Initial Rental £1,779.30 Incl VAT
Processing Fee: £270.00 Incl VAT
Subject to status and conditions

Pay less: finding cheaper petrol

Ensuring greater fuel efficiency

Pay more to pay less: premium economy tips

With UK fuel prices hitting a record high in 2022, it is understandable that many drivers are looking to cut back on car running costs. By following simple advice, such as shopping around for cheaper petrol prices, driving more efficiently, and using a fuel calculator, you can help reduce annual running costs and get more bang for your buck.

David Johnson
Director - Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

Buying the most economical car or van

Can you modify your car to be more fuel efficient?

Make your car more aerodynamic
Convert your engine to accept alternative fuels
Fit aftermarket cruise control to your car

Guide Information

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