Back again on my GX4h bought as a used demo model in May 2015 from CCR Melksham, this time with my experience on performance. I am a fairly sedate driver who values comfort and the ability to do long journeys with minimal fatigue. With the exception of the Citroen CX 2400 Pallas that I owned from new from 1978 – 82, this has been the most relaxing car I have driven and overall the most economic. I have been keeping Spreadsheet records on costs and mileage/fuel consumption on all my cars since 2000. The PHEV has been the most economical so far, with an average of 62.04 MPG based on petrol consumption, but if converting electricity consumption costs to buying litres of petrol, the MPG drops to 51.26. I realise this is not strictly an accurate cross correlation as £1 for £1 you get over twice as many miles from all-electric drive than from the petrol ICU. So far I have only twice managed to go nearly 2 months between refills before being interrupted with a long journey. On the first occasion I filled up 26 litres after 830 miles driven. That gave 141.74 MPG (85.13 with electricity costs). On the second occasion, I got 879 miles for a 34 litre fill-up giving 114.63 mpg (62.19 after electric costs). This was from Oct to Dec while the former was Jul/Aug which shows the seasonal difference. On my annual fishing holiday to the Outer Hebrides last September, I started off from Amesbury with a full charge, but only had 2 Rapid 80% charges during the holiday. Consumption for the whole trip was 37.69 mpg for 1,460 miles driven on 176.12 litres of fuel. Refuel periods shortened by only 150-200 odd mile trips have reduced MPG to about 56 to 62 MPG. So it is much as I expected before I bought the vehicle. My advice to current version PHEV drivers is not to obsess about MPG, it’s not good for the ICU for one! Enjoy the driving experience, the seamless acceleration, the joy of the variable regenerative braking (brake pads should last for years) and the quiet driving when road surfaces allow. Overall I am hoping that electric hybrid drive should be much less wearing on all the mechanicals and except for replacing the Drive Battery pack, this will be a long lasting, reliable and cheap vehicle to run with my lifestyle. Electric Drives and Transmissions are the future. Even Hydrogen Fuel Cell cars will be EV Hybrids.