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USA: MV-1 (OEM adapted car)

Postby CPguy » 07 Mar 2014, 11:09

What do you guys think about this?

http://www.mv-1.us/ - According to information found elsewere (http://www.autoblog.com/2011/10/06/2011 ... in-review/) the retail price will be approx. USD 40.000,--
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Re: USA: MV-1 (OEM adapted car)

Postby Burgerman » 07 Mar 2014, 11:24

Ugly ass sin, high up and very heavy, bad fuel economy from an old tech petrol V8, and not very drive from wheelchair friendly... No drive from option. Ramp too steep/long. Floor space limited. Would made a good taxi cab if diesel. Wouldn't want one as a gift frankly. Don't understand the interest in it.
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Re: USA: MV-1 (OEM adapted car)

Postby Lord Chatterley » 07 Mar 2014, 11:29

What a minger! :shock:

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Re: USA: MV-1 (OEM adapted car)

Postby rustyjames » 07 Mar 2014, 17:28

Agree with everything Burgerman listed. And $40,000 is way too much for that, I don't foresee those selling well.
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Re: USA: MV-1 (OEM adapted car)

Postby SsgKen » 30 Sep 2017, 01:12

I have a 2016 MV-1 converted into driverside power w/c. It is much changed since 2014. Gone is the old V-8, in with a very peppy Ford V-6. I only have 4100 Km on it so I have not tested it for petrol consumption. It no longer needs to pay USA "gas guzzler tax". My top of line LX was $52,000 $US.
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Re: USA: MV-1 (OEM adapted car)

Postby Dblshotz » 31 Oct 2017, 02:43

Burgerman wrote:Ugly ass sin, high up and very heavy, bad fuel economy from an old tech petrol V8, and not very drive from wheelchair friendly... No drive from option. Ramp too steep/long. Floor space limited. Would made a good taxi cab if diesel. Wouldn't want one as a gift frankly. Don't understand the interest in it.


:clap Absolutely hideous youre right. I live like 10 min from a dealership and have even rode in one several times as the taxi companies here are switching over to these. Thats about all i can see them being good for and was pretty much told that was the target market when i asked about this shit box.
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