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Responsive power and exceptional fuel economy deliver extra fun without added cost. The G30 achieves up to 48 highway MPG, thanks to its direct-injection engine. Plus, it can go more than 450 miles on a full tank, making it that much easier to roam as you please.
Take your favorite content almost anywhere you go. The G30 features H-Cokpit® Multimedia with standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration. For added convenience, built-in Wi-Fi capability is available, plus Remote Engine Start with Climate Control and STARLINK® Concierge Services.
Pre-Collision Braking - A driver ahead unexpectedly hits the brakes or cuts you off. H-Safety® warns you, applies the brakes and, at lower speeds, can even help you stop your G30.
Lane Departure and Sway Warning with Lane Keep Assist You accidentally drift to the edge of your lane and begin to cross into another. H-Safety® watches for lane markers and chimes to warn you before you leave your lane, and it can even help steer you back into your proper course, thanks to Lane Keep Assist.
Ah, yes, the winner of the infamous CSR115, if only just. But I can easily see why it won; it has loads of kit, looks the part and drives well enough.
The SUV looks nice, but to me the rear looks incomplete…
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It looks complete but you think its incopmlete because ot doesnt have license plate
That’s because there’s too much unused space out back - in particular, the license plate holder needs to be smaller, while the rear lights could do with a small amount of extra visual aggression.
I disagree. While yes the taillights could withstand some more detail, large rear plate holders like that are a common sight on cars and especially crossovers. As an example, look at most modern Audi’s. There’s a space where the trunk is sunken compared to the taillights where the plate goes. It’s quite stylish, and I use it on many of my modern vehicles.