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Good: Cheap to run town car that can go on a long run , so its could be a first or only car
Bad: The volts grill area looks poor and tacky I'm glad the vauxhall don't look like that
Comment: Vauxhall Looks good and sound like you can nearly have your cake and eat it , sims alot of diffent Info going about as vauxhall say it will do upto 185 mpg not 85 ? also what this about burning fuel to stop it going off ????? You can leave car 6 + months and petrols ok it simes isn't this
Deferring the purpose of trying to save fuel ? Can't wait to get more info and have long test drive in a uk model but sounds very good to me
Comment: I find the comments about the appearance of a product most annoying, yes, I realise they pad out an article, but looks are subjective. I have scrutinised the car carefully, and just can't see how it relates to the past. Is the reviewer a designer? Probably not, simply a hack.
For a real laugh have a look at the new Nissan Joke....sorry, Juke!
Incidentally, in the questionaire, above, 'I own it,' 'I want it', and 'Not for me' don't really give the full picture.
Good: It is the future of motoring
Bad: Styling is a bit neh. I work for an oil company.
Comment: Now when is the Jaguar version coming out?
Comment: So what is its actual range? Say you charged the car and filled the tank, how far could you get before the tank was empty and the battery was depleted?
Also could you get away with never specifically charging the battery but only filling the tank like you would with a traditional car?
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