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Hello all,

Yesterday went to the dealership to finalize some paperwork and my car was already in the showroom.
Decuma Grey with black roof and eggplant purple leather interior.

In this topic i will share my experience and pictures with all of you.

Here are the pictures i took yesterday.

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Wow, looks stunning. You have just reassured me that I've ordered the right colour. After choosing decuma grey over metal stream I had doubts that the black roof and body lines would be as distinctive in the decuma grey, but your photo proves the point that the car looks stunning in decuma grey with black roof. P.S. Love the interior colour, I've not seen that before.
 

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Thanks!

@Crazy Caroline, i'm sure you will love the colour, what is saw on the Metal stream colour that it has a slightly pink glow in the full sun.
The Decuma Grey is young en fresh looking. Don't doubt you made the right choice ;)

Here some more pictures from in and outside (quick phone pics)

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Sven said:
Thanks!

@Crazy Caroline, i'm sure you will love the colour, what is saw on the Metal stream colour that it has a slightly pink glow in the full sun.
The Decuma Grey is young en fresh looking. Don't doubt you made the right choice ;)

Here some more pictures from in and outside (quick phone pics)

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Lovely photos!
 

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Super happy until now, it really drive smooth in hybrid and in petrol mode.
Love the looks interior and exterior.
Feels luxury inside and solid.
Just love it.

The colour also has a sparkle that makes it more light when the sun shines on it.

After one day drove 215 km with it on highway-urban-and little small roads, does it all perfect :D

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You are so lucky to have the option of that leather interior, we don't have that in the UK and am jealous as would look wonderful in mine too
 

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Thanks for the nice comments.

Really loving the car till now, so far 700 km on the clock after 1 week.
First time i went to get some fuel the car consumed a 5,4 l / 100 km, this is a mixed combination of highway and urban roads.
Very good in my opinion especially when you come from a JCW GP II that had 10,5l / 100 km :)

Comfortable ride and isolation in the car, parks good, turns well in corners as well as high speed corners.
Love the luxury feel of the interior.

Today i went to a supplier for some printed panels, 2x1 meters, did not fit in the trunk :lol: still went for it with open booth :shock:

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Trip to Italy, in total 3250 km driven the car did very well!
Only on German highways it was different thinking when overtaking other cars. (to slow)

We stayed in a very mountainy area and there the car handled very good, feeling in steer to wheels was ok and for sure "enough" power to go uphill.
On the German highway drive around 140-150 km/h (cruising speed) also top of 185 km/h without any problem.
Feeling on the road was still very stable.

Total trip average speed was 98km/h and consumption was 5,5L/100km, this is very good i think.

Love this car!!
Every day grow more and more.

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Sven said:
Trip to Italy, in total 3250 km driven the car did very well!
Only on German highways it was different thinking when overtaking other cars. (to slow)

We stayed in a very mountainy area and there the car handled very good, feeling in steer to wheels was ok and for sure "enough" power to go uphill.
On the German highway drive around 140-150 km/h (cruising speed) also top of 185 km/h without any problem.
Feeling on the road was still very stable.

Total trip average speed was 98km/h and consumption was 5,5L/100km, this is very good i think.

Love this car!!
Every day grow more and more.

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Are you sure about the top 185 km/h
I thought top of the hybrid is about 170 km/h and turbo 185 km/h
 

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The top speed of the Hybrid is shown as 168 kmh or 105 mph as far as I am aware. So.... downhill after eating some baked beans maybe?
Can't imagine that's good for the engine though if that's the case.

Totally awesome photo however which is what I am more interested in :)
 

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Thanks :) i have some more pictures of the car during the holiday, will post them here too.

I see no problem with searching for the top speed of a car.
This is a wel developed motor, if it would be bad for the car to go that fast they will not let the car go any faster...

With my previous car Mini R56 GPII the speed in the manual was 150 mph so +-241 km/h.
When driving this car at the German autobahn reached 258 km/h with ease on the speedometer.
Speedometer value is dependent on all kind of factor: wheel size, tire pressure, accuracy of the speed sensor on the gearbox, and so on.

Never had any problem with this car and the engine always was in perfect condition and that engine is smaller 1.6 (PSA) with a big turbo.
C-HR on the other hand is a 1.8 natural aspiration much more reliable so really no problem here to drive a car to that speed once in a while.

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The top speed of the Hybrid is shown as 168 kmh or 105 mph as far as I am aware. So.... downhill after eating some baked beans maybe?
Can't imagine that's good for the engine though if that's the case.

Totally awesome photo however which is what I am more interested in :)
 
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