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It’s a Christmas miracle

By Chris Kringle, 03 Dec 2015 Car Reviews

It’s a Christmas miracle

The most environmentally friendly car in the world has arrived on Australian shores and we're shouting out with glee.

Every now and then we’re handed the keys of a car so magical, it begins to look a lot like Christmas. Very rarely do we see a car that comes so complete, it’s nearly impossible to fault. Speed, space, style, spirit and fuel-efficiency all wrapped up in one neat little gift.

Finally, the car we’ve all been waiting for has arrived in the form of the 2015 Santas Sleigh Convertible, and it's all we want for Christmas.

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The newest car to hit the Australian market is bound to bring joy to the world, making an impression with unlimited boot space to carry more gifts than Santa Clause, enough speed to send you to 195 countries in one night and claiming to be the most fuel efficient vehicle in the world.

Stacked with all the features you’d expect from a vehicle like this, such as heated seats, candy cane launcher, milk cup and cookie holder, and for the first time ever, a ‘quiet mode’ for those silent night rooftop landings, it’s really innovation at its finest.

It’s also one of the safest available with full-proof hessian airbags, rear seat Elf Booster Restraints and cargo restraints – it’s no surprise Santas Sleigh has earned itself a six out of six safety rating.

Driving the Sleigh is easy; Navigation comes in the form of the flawless Reindeer Nose, backed by eight deer power, on command shift and grass fed fuel.

Available in Rudolph Nose Red, and decked with sounds of holly, the Sleigh will see you jingle all the way to your next Chrissy party.

It’s not all rosy cheeks and cookies though. Santas Sleigh is only available as a convertible so it loses points when it comes to driver comfort – it can get a bit breezy, particularly when visiting the colder places like the North Pole. Steering the Sleigh is like skateboarding on pebbles, and the landing is somewhat reminiscent 32 hooves to a roof – someone needs to teach the Reindeer synchronisation because after hundreds of years, they’re yet to master the art.

But, if you’re looking for a car for that once a year trip over the Christmas holidays, then look no further. We think this is one Christmas gift even Santa would be happy to unwrap on Christmas morning. Ho ho ho, indeed.

Click here to find out the specifications of the 2015 Santas Sleigh Convertible.