Agree Chubbs, it was a test and much like the quotes the salesman give you aren’t generally real life conditions. However I would say at the moment on a car that I was told could get 256 but expect that to be more like 210 in the real world I am currently getting 300 miles, so I’m happy. I know that the cold weather will effect the battery range too so winter will show I’m sure.
yes Neutreus, hydrogens appears to be coming up a lot in what maybe ahead of us.
Blobbish, definitely need more charge stations, ( well I have had no issues and we have been pushing the boundaries just to see what’s what) but can see they need more. Also they need to be both 1) maintained better, you hear of a lot being out of service and 2) managed better - people tend to park in them when they are near the building fronts when they aren’t charging, bit like mother and baby and disabled bays. I can imagine that would be most annoying if you need a charge.
We had a non plug in Hybrid and that was great, but agree, I see no point in a plug in hybrid. No gains. My boss has one, they charge it three times a week (for 6 hours a go) for probably about 60 miles travelling and have to use fuel too. Not getting that at all. They love it though, so each to their own.
On a side note does anyone know if we need to add anything to E10 or can it go straight into the tank of a 2006 Zed?