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KevC wrote: Fri Feb 09, 2024 11:24 am You're showing 22>23
I mentioned 23>24 year on year

Move on.
What? It’s only January, the figures I posted were the whole of 22 compared to the whole of 23, as up to date as you can get. The only other figures are from January 24 only.

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Th6 referee will be along shortly.
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No need, I gave up ages ago.
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Only an idiot would buy a new electric vehicle. ;) :D

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KevC wrote: Fri Feb 09, 2024 9:36 am
DB74 wrote: Thu Feb 08, 2024 8:24 pm I'm hoping synthetic fuels will be more affordable in the not too distant future, as not looking forward to a world of EV's!
I think quantity is more of an issue.
The UK alone uses circa 1400 million litres of petrol a month. That's a heck of a lot to make for us, let alone europe. I hate to think what the US uses.
It’s a heck of a lot for the oil giants not to sell us you mean. ;)
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If they do 181bhp and a 0% sub £300/month finance deal, I might give it a test drive.
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Only a guess from them as to how it will look but it's probably not far off.
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matthen wrote: Fri Feb 16, 2024 12:05 pm If they do 181bhp and a 0% sub £300/month finance deal, I might give it a test drive.
Why stop there? Let's have the 265hp motor!

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Hahaha - Because... I think "Low battery" light would get annoying with a 265 BHP motor 😅

(There is a minimal acceptable range after all. Sub 250 miles will get old quick.)
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