Discussion in 'transport' started by A380, Oct 11, 2017.
You could always carry a small electric gennie in the boot
Optional extra for an electric Zoe? That and the extra tight seat belts.
Could be called the Y i Pet.
Yes ...well..he wanted it to chastise him as well . " Zoe the robot gimp fiend " I thought for a minute .
I once ordered a Tesla then Tesla bought my delivery slot back from me at a small premium so my electric car ownership experience to date has been very happy.
The Zoe definitely seems to be the best of the small electric cars at the moment although the Hyundai IONIQ Electric is probably worth a look.
You eat the horse or what?
I think a combination of this thread plus the Range Rover Apex Wanker thread (containing a £70,000 second-hand Range Rooney) caused me to dream last night that I bought a Prius for £90,000 and then panicked about what I had just done.
Plus some beer was probably also to blame.
Pimp my electic car.
I wonder what a Prisus would be like with Tesla performance?
Pius in our house.
Prius are fucking ace. Any car that becomes popular with the cab crowd has got to be durable as fuck, and that's a big tick. Was in a new on the other day and it was very comfortable and well screwed together.
well screwed together.
Maybe they meant well screwed.
The first time I went in one I tried to get out before it stopped moving
"And my Prius is partially powered by my feelings of smug self satisfaction."
It depends how the electricity is produced.
Never had a tesco lasagne?
Plenty of them being used in Germany, where the old cab fleets were mostly Mercs and some Skodas.
Just to update all you Electric Zoe fans in Urban land.
I decided to put the purchase on hold for a year till the 44 KWh/ 160 mile range models start (I hope) to trickle on to the second hand market.
Because of circumstances I still needed to change our second car ( not the pius Prius) from a manual to an automatic and so, seeking something to cover the gap of 12 months or so till green at the point of driving is in place, and enhancing our motoring environmental light touch with the hybrid the obvious choice was : a 15 year old 2.5litre V6 automatic Jaguar X type. I mean, it’s so obvious.
At least it was cleared up quickly, no need to read reams of nonsense, you are able to move seamlessly to some other thread where more but different reams of nonsense are patiently awaiting attention
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