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Andrew Hasman reviews the Polestar electic car by Volvo


Realtors need a good, reliable, comfortable, and fun car as part of their arsinal of equipment to help run their business as they head around town to meet clients and for viewings and showings.


Some of the things I love about the Polestar 2 electric car by Volvo is that it isa good looking car, with great looking wheels, the lines are pleasing and it's sporty.


The interior is like being in a cockpit, it's comfortable, with tonnes of ways to adjust the seat. The dashboard is easy to read.


Regarding performance of the car, the range is great. I do a lot of running around each day and with starting at a full battery, 90%, I'm home at the end of the day with about 60-65% charge left. 160 km per charge is great for city driving.

Acceleration is great for me. If you throw your foot back on the accellerator, you get thrown back into the seat.


Other nice things include:


- no key no button start
- put it in drive or reverse to go
- turn it off by leaving the car
- love the big skylight
- lots of storage
- stearing wheel, nice and tight, takes corners well


Overall, I love mine! And, currently, there aren't many of them on the road. Hope this is helpful!

Are you driving electric? Tell us which make and what you love about it in the comments below! 

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