I’m. not sure that’s not using a calculated range, rather than Tesla’s “this range if you drive like a nun”. I’m sure I’ve read that the Polestar rated range is in excess of 300miles.Gotcha. That’s very valuable info you just added - i.e. 100% = 270 mile range but 50 miles used 70 of range.
I’m. not sure that’s not using a calculated range, rather than Tesla’s “this range if you drive like a nun”. I’m sure I’ve read that the Polestar rated range is in excess of 300miles.
another comparative review with M3 today
The thing I miss most though is the lack of BING BONG’s when engaging and disengaging autopilot, and the way the lane keeping system handed over to the driver and retook control with so little fuss and drama. It made the system so much nicer to use, even though the system itself is nowhere near as good as Tesla’s.
P2 EPA range is 275 miles. The M3 EPA range is 322 miles. Best like for like comparison under identical (and relatively real world) conditions.I’m. not sure that’s not using a calculated range, rather than Tesla’s “this range if you drive like a nun”. I’m sure I’ve read that the Polestar rated range is in excess of 300miles.
Great report by WhatCar.
It does make you wonder what Robert L from Fully Charged was raving about though.
It looks very ICE to me (boring and staid) so I'll keep my M3 thank you.
Just hope it takes a few sales from the diesel brigade.
Joe Mode will solve this for you.
Unfortunately true for every review. I gave up reading which reviews of cars (and cast serious doubt on the whole operation) when I realised that every review they did basically just complained that the car wasn't a focus. Shopping for tiny city cars (as we were) 'ahh, but the boot is too small to be practical', shopping for a big car 'its nice, but hard to navigate small streets in'. Like obviously if I'm looking at a smart car, Toyota IQ or VW Lupo then yes, the boot will seem small for going on holiday and it will be underpowered on the motorway.The What Car review is as bad as the FC review, really. It just depends what lens you are looking through.
I almost stopped reading because of this strange initial confusion between Volvo and Saab. I have owned both Swedish Volvos and even a DAF, so I do have a trifle of history, albeit nothing remotely comparable to Colin Powell, but not many people are as Volvophilic as is he. Otherwise I found your review very interesting and relevant.... because Volvo was knocking out frontline fighter jet engines and building rocket engines before Elon was wearing long trousers to school. ...