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  1. Sounds really like a battery problem .. these cars are VERY easily upset if the battery is not in really good condition... and a simple voltage check with a meter is no where near a good enough check,, the battery needs to be checked with a PROPER PROFFESIONAL battery checking device... there might well be enough "oomph" in the battery to start the engine .. but the voltage drops as the battery recharges and numerous other circuits kick in is often enough to cause many problems of the type you describe..... this of course assumes the alternator is also in good condition ... as that is what actually provides all the electrics the car needs !!
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  2. I'm on my second hybrid (both been company cars), current one is around 1 month old and I do really like it. That said, if you're looking at this as an economy saving, if you're driving sensibly you will get in the area of 400 miles from a filled petrol tank. Sadly I don't have the ability to charge the battery right now, but when the car has had charge you are likely to get around 30-40 miles of pure electric driving. The self-charging system absolutely drinks the tank and can't recommend it, but I don't have enough experience to tell you if when fully charged, it impacts the petrol mileage. To drive? It's really fun, the older model of hybrid that I had which was a 19 plate from memory handled quite poorly. This one on the other hand is much nicer but I'm not sure if that's down to it having a more sportier profile. Let me know if you want anymore info on it, happy to help.
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  3. Welcome to the forum Jimmy, you'll find the members on here are a friendly and helpful bunch 🙂 Lovely looking A4 not surprised you can't wait to get it!
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  4. overall i'm happy with it. vidmate online saveinsta
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  5. The Renaissance Series, Classic Works of Art Recreated With Mechanics in an Old Garage The Creation of Adam Photographer Freddy Fabris has created “The Renaissance Series“, a wonderful interpretation of several classic master paintings of the eponymous time recreated in “an old Midwest car shop” with striking male models posing in mechanic’s uniforms. Fabris explained how he came up with the idea on Huffington Post. Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp The Last Supper Portraits Portraits Portraits photos by Freddy Fabris via Huffington Post
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