My understanding is that sales staff do now tell prospective buyers about the charging situation. If one doesn't want to do more than say 200 miles in one day, the car is absolutely delightful. The ASA ruling will refer to the advertising from later in the year than what I saw before I bought. Many people will be perfectly happy with the vehicle, but, anybody who wants an electric replacement for a fossil burner will be disappointed. There's a Youtube video of a German chap who drove at motorway speed in 25C heat and the car choked off his first charge due to the high battery temperature caused by the higher speed.