Here to clear the air
About £7,000 more than the diesel or £8,000 more than the petrol. That means it will only make sense if you are buying it as a company car and want to save the tax.
Officially, 34. We got around 30 which is pretty good for this type of car. Remember to pre-heat it in winter though, or all your battery power will be used to warm the car.
About two hours on a dedicated home or office charger.
Sort of. The three seats in the back are individual, which means you can fit child seats in (unless that are huge) but only the outer pair have Isofix slots.
Sadly not, but it does have some clever technology which makes its conventional springs softer. It makes it more comfortable than rivals but it's not as wafty as the Citroens you might recall from your childhood!