no different to a zoe 40 thoughI love watching his videos, as I'm learning so much from them.
So the conclusion is that the e208 is a thirsty car, but the test is based on doing long journeys.
In my case my longest journey once in a blue moon would be 130ish.
I'd use an e208 for predominantly town and short 15 mile trips, so I'd say it fits the bill perfectly as a second car.
A pity the range is so poor, I think it is because it not on a pure EV platform. At least they got the charging correct, seems like there is a gap in the market for a small family car with a decent range and quick charging a e208/Zoe cross. Perhaps the ID.3 will fill that gapShame the range aint when I had one for weekend.
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