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Unit emissions of vehicles in Finland

Passenger road traffic

These pages show emissions and energy consumption for passenger road traffic, measured in grams per kilometre or passenger kilometre. The term passenger kilometre represents the transport of one passenger over one kilometre.

The given numbers are representative of the situation in Finland.

How the numbers are defined is explained in Methodology. Guidance and tips for how to use the numbers correctly is given in User's guide.

 
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Passenger cars
Methodology
User's guide
 
Gasoline driven cars
Diesel driven cars
Gas driven
All passenger cars by EURO category
All passenger cars, on average
   
Two-wheeled vehicles and ATVs (all-terrain vehicles)

Two-wheeled motor vehicles cover mopeds and motorcycles. Included are also ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) registered for public roads.

Emissions from ATVs and snowmobiles in off-road use are shown in off-road traffic

Methodology
User's guide
 
Mopeds
Motorcycles, 2-stroke
Motorcycles, 4-stroke
ATVs among road traffic
Buses

Buses are divided into three separate categories: city buses, coaches and minibuses. City buses are designed for constant speed alterations and are typically equipped with automatic transmission. Therefore consumption and emissions of a city bus differ from those of coaches.

Methodology
User's guide
City buses
(diesel)(gas)

Ring road driving

Diesel driven
Gas driven
Urban driving
Diesel driven
Gas driven
Coaches

Highway driving

Diesel driven
Urban driving
Diesel driven
Minibuses

Highway driving

Diesel driven
Urban driving
Diesel driven