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2.0 PHEV 3H 5dr Auto 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £34 805
2.0 PHEV 3H 5dr Auto (Leather) 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £36 305
2.0 PHEV 4H 5dr Auto 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £39 455
2.0 PHEV 4HS 5dr Auto 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £41 555
2.0 PHEV 5H 5dr Auto 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £43 955
2.0 PHEV 5HS 5dr Auto 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £46 055
2.0 PHEV Juro 5dr Auto 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £36 055
2.0 PHEV Juro 5dr Auto (Leather) 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £37 555
2.0 PHEV Kotu 5dr Auto 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £34 305
2.0 PHEV Kotu 5dr Auto (Leather) 11.00secs 106mph 41g/km 166.10mpg £35 805

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