Yes they do, but you better not buy one. Why would you have such a prompt answer so quick and ready? This is one of the situations when you know outright that danger is in the offing. Someone needs to say it as it is, ‘it is time to take decisive actions’. When you load some environmental issues knowledge into memory, and if you choose to care a bit about the posterity, then it is not quite hard to supply this answer to anyone who would ask this question. We are living in times when the environment needs to be pampered but these guzzlers are standing in the way. We definitely need to reduce fuel consumption to save money and, to save and protect the environment. So why would anybody, in this wake, try or attempt to swim against the current and betray this very nobble course? For the majority of people, it is sheer ignorance that overrides. For others, it is just quest for greatness and or personal satisfaction.
Africa is a softer land
As motorists in the first world countries are going for the fuel efficient cars due to the tough economic times that are currently prevailing, these fuel guzzlers are penetrating the African market at an alarming rate. The shift of motorists in the developed world has caught the vehicle dealers and manufactures unaware and with really significant stocks of high engine capacity vehicles yet to sell. As a result, these engines are coming to Africa at reduced prices so as to enable quicker dispose- as majority of Africans care less about their implication on the environment, or just want to belong to a certain class.
Let us change gears
As we stand, fuel economy cars in Africa are still less than 35%. These statistics are worrying and disappointing. But all is not lost as majority of vehicle dealers are already in the process of establishing fuel economy autos for the African terrain. Fuel efficient cars should be less than 1500cc. some of the firms that are already taking action to save the situation include Mercedes Benz, Audi and BMW. These firms have made fuel saving pieces of engineering that are adherent to the needs of the situation-saving the environment and the economy. With the certainty that this problem will persist and that the measures being taken will remain prudent, it is not late to call for electric cars to begin operation in Africa. In fact, the earlier they start the safer Africa will be.
Some of the best
Operating at as low as 6.5l/km, Volkswagen Jetta TDI, the Nissan Altima Hybrid Automatic at 7l/km and Toyota Prius Automatic at 4.1l/km, are some of the most fuel economic cars that will come in handy in the face of this dire situation. Let us save the environment!