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The Top Gear car review:McLaren 570S
Running costs and reliability
The first bit of advice is to go easy with the options. Start ticking the carbon boxes and you’ll see the costs spiral and be looking down the barrel of a £180,000 final price. Also, unless you’re a track day regular, we would advise steering clear of the one-piece bucket seats. It won’t be a cheap car to run, but you will get 24-26mpg on a motorway and the speed of McLaren’s development means we have far fewer concerns about iffy electronics now.