I used to have a 4x4 Pajero- 23 mpg. The Kangoo does 60mpg plus on long runs - it carries four lots of golf gear and luggage including the four players and I find the car to be the best I have had (which included an Escort, Corsa, Pajero, Focus, Accord, Beetle, Marina, Allegro, Cavalier, Sunny etc)
When needed it is quick and, as a police officer, I can say that if driven correctly, it corners as well as any pratt in anything else - and I do it a lot cheaper - so who is the mug?
I think this is the only non-commercial car NOT to have carpets. Even non-commercial Land Rover Defenders have carpets. I see this as a bonus as you can go and buy fluffy matts.
Very practical loads of space and everything is wipe clean we use ours off road twice a day and drive in wellies and it is easy to clean to go on holiday in. Carpet is nice but not when it is full of mud. Now it is run in it returns anaverage of just over 40mpg and long service intervals.
The facelift models are 85bhp with different gearing often miss quoted as 80bhp so a small bonus.
It is a shame other manufacturers have not exploited this market for practical cars.
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