Why can't we comment on reviews?

Why cant we add comments to reviews? I don't own an Iveco Daily but drive one regularly and they're the opposite of the review, I think people should know this. The 6 speed auto is dangerous as it's so slow, jerky when manoeuvring in tight spaces and the rear doors fall apart (in our case 18 months and 20,000 miles was sufficient to warrant a rear door to be completely replaced). The seats could be better, fuel economy is dreadful (21mpg according to the on board computer), brakes aren't great, hazard lights come on when braking even though you don't need to be braking particularly hard to get them going. I think that being able to add such info to the reviews would be helpful to anyone considering buying one of these new.

Asked on 12 May 2017 by Peter L.

Answered by Dan Powell
Thanks for the feedback, we'll look into having comments added to the reviews. In the meantime, why don't you submit an Owner's Review of your van: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/owner-reviews/

That way everyone will be able to read about your experiences with your Iveco Daily. You can also upload your fuel reports to Real MPG: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/realmpg/
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