Yeah, if you can get past the downsides of a charging location and the price, then the Zoe is suitable for a lot of people. I guess the price depends on the country you live in. If you can benefit from cashbacks, it could become attractive. In the Netherlands, such a car is only an option if you are a business or… Read more
You get the downsides of a hybrid: lost cargo space (even in the wagon), more weight, more complexity, but since this car still does not get a very good mileage, you don’t really benifit from the hybrid bits.
The first car I remember is my dad’s coolest car... a Ford Taunus. To me the coolest car ever- because I didn’t know better.
It seems my reply was first posted double and then removed... Anyways, yes, organisation was very good! Especially considering there were 1300+ cars and 2000+ people. They really thought things through.
No, the 2018 model is not selling at all in the Netherlands. Ever since Ford started selling them in 2015, they sold as hot cakes in Belgium, Germany, France... The Netherlands is up to 370 cars sofar, I believe, with more than half direct import from the US (so not via Ford)
The Mustang in Europe is always a special car - thus you find more convertibles. Also in Germany and in France it is very popular.
Since the hybrid already has a disappointing fuel consumption, the 2.7 turbo does not stand a chance with our fuel prices.
Honestly I don’t know. And I’m not inclined to find out.
Yeah, as a Dutchman I felt the need to post this too... Sorry I didn’t see yours.
Let’s not forget the movie the Dutch neighbours made in 2010, starring a Manta.