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The cheapest engine in the range is the 1.0 petrol that produces 70bhp. It goes from 0-60mph 13.7 seconds but it returns up to 65.7mpg and produces 99g/km of CO2. This means that it’s exempt from road tax and London’s congestion charge.
The unit is good at taking you around town but it higher speeds it can get unpleasantly noisy and it can get tiring on longer journeys. Your only choice is to have it mated to a semi-automatic gearbox which the experts say had jerky up changes unless you’re careful with the throttle. The gearbox was also the most common complaint on recent customer satisfaction surveys.
This engine is available in both Pulse and Passion trim.
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No matter how much you like the look of the Brabus Tailor Made, you’d be mad to spend £21,845 on a two-seat city car.
- | Jack Rix
- | Apr-10