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Plus Points: Drives fairly well Spacious and comfortable Fairly well equipped Decent looks for a SUV Negative Points Hybrid system is not really as advertised - you would be better off with a modern diesel Disproportionate effort to charge (3 - 4 hours with a normal socket) for a few miles of electric driving Seemingly endless list of drive modes - normal, brake, charge, save, eco...etc. You need a computer degree to toggle through them to get the best MPG. Driven 'normally' you are going to get around 36mpg - careful driving may get you 47mpg - though you may be a danger to other road users as you will be frantically searching for the righ switch Parts of the interior look dated and some important switches are hidden Overall, probably best avoided which is a shame as if battery range was longer it would be worth a look. I wish I had kept the Merc!
How reliable do you find the car?Only owned a week so too soon to tell
Does the car do everything you expected it to do?Overall the the car is fine. Spacious and pretty well equipped. My biggest issue is the Hybrid system. I moved from a much demonised diesel (Mercedes C Class) which, without a great deal of effort, could top 50 mpg + (twin turbo, 2.2 lite engine). If you toggle through the endless list of driving modes on the Outlander, I have just about reached 47 mpg. You will be lucky to reach 20 miles on battery. I guess if you are pottering around town you will be fine - I commute 60 miles a day.
About their car
- Fuel type Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid
- When purchased May 2019
- Condition when bought Used
- Current Mileage 5,000 miles
- Average MPG 45 mpg
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