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Would you still buy it?
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Author:  Tipper [ Sun Aug 11, 2019 6:52 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Would you still buy it?

Yes I'd buy another...my wife wouldn't...she'd rather go on an expensive holiday! :lol:

Author:  greendwarf [ Sun Aug 11, 2019 11:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Would you still buy it?

At least you get a choice - my ladyfriend expects both! :lol:

Author:  BobEngineer [ Mon Aug 12, 2019 5:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Would you still buy it?

no, possibly, no, maybe.

Well I have a 2015 I put 115,000 miles on. The ride quality has always been a disappointment so no.

But last service I had a 2018 courtesy car, a PHEV and was impressed at how much better it felt than mine (literally back to back jumping out of mine into the newer one), presume the 2019 is even better.. so possibly.

But I want a bit bigger boot, some drivers aids (without having to go top spec $$) a bit more pace, a longer fuel tank range... so I have a new RAV4 hybrid AWD arriving in a few weeks. So no.

Only keeping the Toyota a couple of years so will be testing whatever the PHEV will be then so might well 'come back.. so maybe

Author:  TweeNeuzen [ Sat Aug 17, 2019 12:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Would you still buy it?

Depends on what is available.
The current PHEV is a 2014 with now just 37000km on the clock, purchased it in February this year with just 30000km.

As we have solar we wanted electric. But having two hunting dogs, both the Kia e-nitro and Kona were not an option.

As a long time Volvo driver I looked at the V60 PHEV, but boot space for the dogs was no option.

So there came the Mits, and never regretted a second. (apart from the flimsy black paint on a white primer, which is very sensitive to scratches )

The EV range is sufficient for daily motoring, and there’s no range anxiety.

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