Hello All The good lady wife has her heart set on an Alhambra. It needs to be an auto/DSG, and nearly new. The obvious choice from an economy and usability perspective would be to get a diesel, but I’m worried about potential DPF issues as we don’t tend to do much in the way of frequent, sustained runs. We live in a village the Home Counties, a stone’s through from London. Most journeys are 20-30 mins, typically on reasonably clear local roads going to and from and around the local towns and villages. I reckon these are done at an average of 25-40 mph, with the occasional dual carriageway blast of 5-10 mins max (and what I mean by this is uninterrupted ie not having to slow down to cross roundabouts etc). Would this be enough to prevent DPF issues? I’ve seen a single lone DSG 1.4 TSI advertised, it might get us round the DPF issue but I’m worried that the size/weight of the car would make this a poor match in terms of torque and economy. All thoughts welcomed!