Bronze Knight of the Realm
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saw one of these on the road the other day...it's a bit chonky, and the front looks like it belongs on a Lincoln, but it also looked like it would never lose traction
Thanks for all the input, but forget the question, leaning more towards the VW eGolf currently. They are on a big sale because the MK8 is coming and there won't be a electric version.Looking at Hyundai Ioniq EV. Facelift going on currently, they are selling out the pre-FL models 20% under street price of the new one. Anyone got one of these? 30k€ for the premium, all-options model, 28k€ for the not-so-premium (no leather mainly and some other things I guess). All prices including tax.
The Mk7 Golf is a great car. I leased one for girlfriend-o, and it was problem free for the entire three years. I miss parking that car next to my GTI. Her new Toyota is definitely a step down.Thanks for all the input, but forget the question, leaning more towards the VW eGolf currently. They are on a big sale because the MK8 is coming and there won't be a electric version.
Plus the wife likes the golf more than the ioniq. No wait. She hates the golf's optics less than the ioniq's.
AWD doesn't mean they have good traction. They're slammed to the ground, so that thing would center-strand over a speed bump. It also has super low profile summer tires, so its wet and cold/snow traction would be utter shit. It's also a BMW 7 series, so lets not pretend it's some kind of sports car.They're all wheel drive standard so....no they don't have bad traction unless someone runs bald or poorly inflated tires.