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The best thing about the e-Golf is how natural it feels. Once you get beyond the uncannily silent departure from rest, it could be any automatic gearbox-equipped Golf. Sure, it will not be able to compete in company fleet markets since the range is still too short, but if your Golf serves as an around-town workhorse, it is proof that electric cars are becoming less (if still) hampered. The Nissan Leaf (the world's best-selling EV to date) appears to be in for a struggle.