So I have done 2 petrol consumption tests, the car was reporting a running consumption of 52 - 54 mpg on both however the first calculation of fuel added against miles done resulted in 47.4 mpg and the second at 47.15 mpg.
The first element was commuting which was 'A' Roads and Country Roads along with a little town driving in Brighton.
The second fill was as a result of 90% Motorway or 'A' Road duel carriageways at mostly 70 mph
All the driving was done in Comfort Mode, so the next check will be in the dreaded Eco Mode -
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, using my commuting routes.
Whilst the MPG is not out of this world, I am pleased to see it is reasonably consistent with the 2 different areas that have been sampled.
The seats are quite firm, not sure whether this applies to all models, however, there is good lumber support for the driver's seat. Unfortunately, lumber support is not available for the passenger seat so some other option would be required if this is a problem.
Played with the massage option, only available to the driver, 3 functions are available, all quite interesting.
There is road, engine and wind noise, I would suggest all quieter than the Kadjar.
Had a play with the Adaptive Cruise Control on a reasonably busy Motorway, which was an experience that I have never had before, but very positive thoughts, a couple of glitches which I will chalk up to user error.
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