They started off so well with the original B250e. Why could they just have given that a minor facelift, bigger battery and some rapid charge support? I’d be far more excited about that than a PHEV.
Also, I Really want to know who decided it was a good idea to add rapid charging to PHEVs. I’d love to meet (and subsequently punch) them. The outlander was bad but at least it stopped at 80% and could be unplugged thanks to Chademo when inconsiderate drivers would plug in and walk off for hours. But with CCS we aren’t so lucky.
Hopefully the rapid charging will mean owners will drive more on electric. I certainly would have if Ampera had been rapid capable as stopping for a coffee and 20 min charge would have been fine. Almost all networks have overstay fees so they will not overstay more than once!
Hi there, thinking of buying an EQC to add to the EV fleet.
Anyone got one and can report on real world range from personal, hands-on experience?
Please don't post guesswork, Google searches, Autocar, WhatCar's useless "real world range" farce, tosspot YouTubers or whatever, I want to hear...
Due to collect my A250e Saloon round Christmas time. Unfortunately at the time when I ordered due to Covid changes/restrictions I couldn't add/change the alloys so its coming with the standard AMG 18" rims. I really like the look of it with the AMG black multi spoke rims, but the price is...
Sadly selling my Mercedes C350e Estate plug in hybrid due to medical reasons and downscaling. Inspections more than welcome, am based in South London. 66 plate , FSH with Mercedes, just over 80k miles on the clock and listed for £15.500.
It's Sport trim so comes with the usual...