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Massively spacious but interior quality and handling are likely to disappoint someone used to a regular MPV
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With luxuries such as leather seats that are heated and with a massage function up front, 17in alloy wheels, park assist, keyless entry and start, electric sliding rear doors and sat-nav, Flair might seem tempting. It’s an awful lot of money for something that still feels like a van, though.
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