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I bought a Unipart Samson lifetime guarantee battery many years ago for my 3.5-litre Rover. I have had a few free replacements since then. I now need another one, but it looks like Unipart went bust in...
I have owned an electric Renault Zoe for three years new from Dec 2014. Recently the car had a 3 years service and MOT at AC and I asked for the traction battery to be tested. The battery test computer...
I need a new battery for my Jaguar XJ (X300) 3.2L 1995. Which one would you recommend for me?
An electrical fault is draining the battery if my car is not used regularly. What fault could this be and what should I do to rectify the fault?
How long do electric car batteries last?
I'm having battery charge problems with my Rover 75 CDTi. I get dashboard warnings that all go away when you charge the battery, but return twenty miles afterwards.
I have a Nissan Micra and my start/stop is not working. There are no faults on the dash board. I replaced the battery but it still does not work. The charge is fine on the battery. Any idea what might...
BMW quote up to 148mpg, battery mileage up to 25 miles for my BMW 330e. I can only attain 58 mpg and battery range between 6.8 and 12 miles. I feel I have been misled badly by BMW. I would value your opinion...
If I use an electric powered car at night (with headlights) and heating (in winter), what percentage of the quoted range can I expect?
My brand new Suzuki Baleno is brilliant to drive; it's comfortable, economical, fast and safe - however, a combination of warning lights suddenly illuminated a few weeks ago. I think that it included a...
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