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The YETI’s modern turbocharged engines achieve low fuel consumption and CO2 emissions without relinquishing driving dynamics. Thanks to turbocharging, they have ample power even at the low rpm used most often by the engine.
When a vehicle is stationary, the engine continues to consume fuel and emit pollutants without delivering any benefits at all. This is where the Start-Stop system comes in, automatically switching the engine off when the car is at standstill, instantly reducing fuel consumption.
Brake energy recovery translates into efficient energy management and a simply clever way of helping to reduce fuel consumption. Kinetic energy is transformed into usable electricity, stored in the battery or used in the electric systems. This saves fuel that would otherwise be used on these tasks.
The right choice of gear ratio can save fuel and increase driving comfort at the same time. Lower engine speeds result in lower fuel consumption and quieter engine operation. The gear change recommendation is shown on the instrument cluster display.
Low rolling resistance tyres are a simple way of lowering fuel consumption and emissions. Lower rolling resistance is achieved by a bespoke rubber compound, specially designed tread and higher recommended pressure. These properties also help to prolong tyre life. Changing the tyres less often not only saves money, but is also kinder to the environment.