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    46 kWh/100 miles

    Ex-demo for sale in N.Ireland. Consumption a tad out compared with 29 kWh/100 miles, for available 85 kWh, by certified WLTP - 292 miles.

    https://m.atcdn.co.uk/a/media/18e05c...8978250320.jpg

    https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classif...us=1501&page=1

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    Ex-demo for sale in Leeds, with ridiculous price, at least £10k over.

    https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classif...ad=Used&page=1

    Silly price, but similar, awful result to Dungannon car:

    https://m.atcdn.co.uk/a/media/b5cd2e...3bd7512644.jpg

    And check out those 'premium' seats already, after less than 5,000 miles - driver's seat RH bolster ruching, dimpling:

    https://m.atcdn.co.uk/a/media/598891...f4e3e7ff7b.jpg
    Last edited by BMVIrep; 14-10-18 at 12:32.

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    This Marshalls Oxford demo seems to be showing max 200 miles for a 100% charge:

    https://m.atcdn.co.uk/a/media/3edbfd...7fee37933b.jpg

    https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classif...us=1501&page=1

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    By comparison, a Hyundai Kona EV tested by Auto Bild did 30 kWh/100 miles (18.8 kWh/100 km):

    https://www.autobild.de/artikel/hyun...-14149921.html

    - Auto Bild's test drive is around 100 miles long (155 km), of which 34 miles (54 km) is driven on the autobahn, and 12 miles (20 km) of that at top speed, so significantly more rigorous than a standard UK test drive.

    Verbrauch (Hersteller/WLTP)
    14,3 kWh
    Reichweite (Hersteller/WLTP) 482 km
    Testverbrauch
    Sportverbrauch* 23,6 kWh
    Testrunde** 18,8 kWh
    Sparverbrauch*** 12,2 kWh
    Ladedauer 100 kW-Schnelllader 54 min
    Ladedauer Wallbox ca. 17 Std.
    Kältemittel R1234yf
    Vorbeifahrgeräusch 68 dB (A)
    Anhängelast gebr./ungebr. ohne
    Kofferraumvolumen 332–1114 l
    Testwagenpreis 46.790 Euro
    * 54 km Autobahn, davon 20 km Vollgas; ** Durchschnitt der 155-km-Testrunde von AUTO BILD; *** 101 km Stadt und Land mit wenig Gas

    Messwerte
    Hyundai
    Beschleunigung
    0–50 km/h 3,0 s
    0–100 km/h 7,1 s
    0–130 km/h 11,1 s
    Zwischenspurt
    60–100 km/h 3,5 s
    80–120 km/h 4,4 s
    Leergewicht/Zuladung 1702/468 kg
    Gewichtsverteilung v./h. 54/46 %
    Wendekreis links/rechts 11,3/11,1 m
    Bremsweg
    aus 100 km/h kalt 41,2 m
    aus 100 km/h warm 41,9 m
    Innengeräusch
    bei 50 km/h 58 dB (A)
    bei 100 km/h 66 dB (A)
    bei 130 km/h 70 dB (A)
    Testverbrauch – CO2 18,8 kWh – 91,9 g/km*
    Reichweite 340 km

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMVIrep View Post
    Ex-demo for sale in N.Ireland. Consumption a tad out compared with 29 kWh/100 miles, for available 85 kWh, by certified WLTP - 292 miles.

    https://m.atcdn.co.uk/a/media/18e05c...8978250320.jpg

    https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classif...us=1501&page=1
    I only checked the first three or so cars in the used section and all were imports from the mainland, Oxfordshire in fact.
    No doubt some will make their way over the border much to the annoyance of new car sellers in Ireland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pekem View Post
    I only checked the first three or so cars in the used section and all were imports from the mainland, Oxfordshire in fact.
    "Oxfordshire" is Gaydon - self-registered, "management car".

    £21k on Webuyanycar = ~50% of ~£41k list 18 months ago. In reality, no buyer unless £15k or lower, especially with zero Southern Ireland buyers with the Brexit situation, who will just wait for the pound to collapse against the euro.

 

 

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