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4.56.3 litres/100km The on-road fuel cost of this vehicle - including Road User Charges - is estimated at $2,340 / year based on driving 14,000 km per year. Cost assumes diesel price of $1.45 per litre. The fuel economy rating is based on data submitted by the vehicle manufacturer and/or importer. The information is obtained when a new vehicle is tested in accordance with international test standards in a laboratory. Actual fuel economy depends on several factors including driving style, vehicle load, age, maintenance history and tyre pressure.
Disclaimer: As this vehicle is not currently in New Zealand the Fuel Saver Information showing has been matched as closely as possible given the information available. Your actual cost per year and fuel consumption will vary from that shown, depending on factors such as vehicle condition and any vehicle modifications, driving style, traffic conditions, distance travelled and fuel price variations. You should not expect to meet exactly what this information says. Visit the EECA website to find out more about this information and fuel saver labels.
ANCAP safety ratings are published for a range of new passenger, sports utility (SUV) and light commercial vehicles (LCV) entering the Australian and New Zealand markets, using a rating system of 0 to 5 stars. ANCAP star ratings indicate the level of safety a vehicle provides for occupants and pedestrians in the event of a crash, as well as its ability—through technology—to avoid or minimise the effects of a crash. ANCAP safety ratings are determined based on a series of internationally recognised, independent crash tests and safety assessments – involving a range of destructive physical crash tests, an assessment of on-board safety features and equipment, and performance testing of active collision avoidance technologies. View 2017 ANCAP report