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Old 25 Jul 2018, 14:37 (Ref:3838724)   #106
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Old 29 Jul 2018, 04:12 (Ref:3839714)   #107
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Can't fool me, that's a 5 door Golf with at 4" lift.
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Old 31 Jul 2018, 00:20 (Ref:3840239)   #108
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I don't like it, but it definitely has more personality than an A3.
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Old 10 Aug 2018, 13:04 (Ref:3842776)   #109
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Not bad looking, though.
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I will be renting a medium sized SUV in Europe soon...The well known Hire Car company want a 1700 Euro deposit "because it is automatic and that is unusual"...sound like yet another creative way to rip off people to me. Shirley, Autos must be fairly popular, especially with paddles and for the 'Merican tourists alone (no offence)...
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Old 31 Aug 2018, 19:07 (Ref:3847293)   #111
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Old 10 Sep 2018, 14:39 (Ref:3849197)   #112
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Old 10 Sep 2018, 18:52 (Ref:3849246)   #113
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Apparently two motors, one each end, but with different performance characteristics. Front for efficiency in normal running and rear for extra performance. (According to Autocar) Seems heavy at 2400kg and has a small battery pack for the size, but at least nice looking- in my eyes. Not sure about that quoted range- Autocar quotes 280 miles (450km) on the far more optimistic NEDC cycle! Interesting that they are boasting a cd of 0.30, which is poor compared with a Model X (0.25), and I think worse than the I-Pace as well. Aero efficiency is important when you have limited ‘fuel capacity’, hence the Tesla Model 3 has a cd of 0.23......

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Old 11 Sep 2018, 18:29 (Ref:3849453)   #114
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Apparently two motors, one each end, but with different performance characteristics. Front for efficiency in normal running and rear for extra performance. (According to Autocar) Seems heavy at 2400kg and has a small battery pack for the size, but at least nice looking- in my eyes. Not sure about that quoted range- Autocar quotes 280 miles (450km) on the far more optimistic NEDC cycle! Interesting that they are boasting a cd of 0.30, which is poor compared with a Model X (0.25), and I think worse than the I-Pace as well. Aero efficiency is important when you have limited Ďfuel capacityí, hence the Tesla Model 3 has a cd of 0.23......
Yes, but what's the coefficient of cool (properly called status probably) on the MB? I doubt most buying any of there are looking at anything but keeping up with the cool kids and if tomorrow it was high horsepower noise makers they'd be back over there in a second.

And I'd be interested to know how many don't ever get above 50 mph. The few people I know with an i3 or Tesla 3 were all purchasing it purely as their city car for surface roads only. A few actually looked at electrics and ended up with one of a couple electric "golf cart" style low speed vehicles for their city car, under 10k was a HUGE selling point. The other car in the family was the gas burner for road trips or longer commutes.
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The i-Pace is cooler than the EQC.
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Old 12 Sep 2018, 19:09 (Ref:3849701)   #116
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The i-Pace is cooler than the EQC.
Yup, way cooler. When you use a platform from a normal vehicle (GLC in this case) and ‘electrify’ it, it will always end up as a compromise!
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