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I thought the max theoretical range was 260 miles (50 + 210) and that manufacturer quoted figures should be taken with a pinch of salt.

After 6 days, with a number of short journeys and one 304 mile journey, I'm getting an estimate of 41 electric and 313 petrol. Given that it costs about £38 to fill the tank..I'd be happy with that.
 

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Maximum range was advertised as 360 Miles



Although this ad was banned for being misleading


Replaced with this one with no MPG quoted

Derek
 

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It's a classic 'how long is a piece of string' question. The NEDC ratings are largely useless. The manufacturer is quoted at 310 miles on petrol and 50 on electric. My best day on petrol has been 376miles, plus 42.8 miles on electric before a cheeky quick charge to add another 20 miles.
I was pretty happy with that :)
 

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Ahh. i must have misheard. 360 miles for £38 petrol is fine by me.
 
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