On September 29, the advocacy group Transport and Environment released a report concluding that cars sold in the European Union are becoming more fuel-efficient, cheaper to run, and less polluting, demonstrating the value of 2008 legislation mandating carbon dioxide emissions from the passenger car fleet cannot average more than 130 g/km by 2015. The report also said that currently, Fiat and Toyota have fleet averages of 130 g/km or less, Peugeot Citroen’s average is 131 g/km, Renault’s is 136 g/km, and Ford and Suzuki have averages of 137 g/km. Volvo has the lowest emissions however, and has cut its average fleet emissions by 9.3%.