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Interesting that he cites it as slightly longer than the Tiguan and yet prior reviews have cited slightly shorter. I'm fine either way.

I'm also fine with his cited ~200 Hp RWD. My prior Audi allroad only had 200 Hp and it was more than acceptable in any real world driving (who really needs an Audi RS6 Avant?).

I don't always appreciate his reviews but found this one very "fair & balanced" and more mature in presentation style than many of his I've viewed. (y)
 

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I hope that Alex on Autos will be coming out with a review shortly.

YouTube reviews are always tough since it is hard not to have an option on the vehicle before you test it. I do agree with him on keeping the MSRP down away from Tesla. Which they have done.
 

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I hope that Alex on Autos will be coming out with a review shortly.

YouTube reviews are always tough since it is hard not to have an option on the vehicle before you test it. I do agree with him on keeping the MSRP down away from Tesla. Which they have done.
He started a series on the Mustang Mach-E so hopefully the ID.4 is the next EV he does.
 

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@ 9:12- Spongy brakes? Because of those rear drums?
Maybe because at least 1/2 of the pedal travel is regen braking not friction braking.
 
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I hope that Alex on Autos will be coming out with a review shortly.

YouTube reviews are always tough since it is hard not to have an option on the vehicle before you test it. I do agree with him on keeping the MSRP down away from Tesla. Which they have done.
I think he did the review ID.4 vs E-Mustang
 
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