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By the CAR road test team
04 December 2007 15:16
The FCEV’s performance figures aren’t staggering, but they’re not bad either. The car will hit 60mph in around ten seconds – at least as quick as a standard Sportage – and go on to 88mph.
The range between fill-ups is a respectable 240 miles. It doesn’t sound much, but it’s a major improvement on previous attempts. Hyundai-Kia’s first fuel cell car was a Santa Fe SUV, which had a range of just 100 miles. Its successor – which debuted in 2004 and was based on a Hyundai Tucson – could manage 212 miles.
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Kia Sportage FCEV (2007) CAR review
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