mRahmani wrote:.... I have a 35 mile commute, about 80% of which is highway use. We do have charging stations at work,
>...I would cut my annual costs by about $1100 a year,
>... I'd also have to figure in a $1000 or so charge to get the thing shipped out here.
>... I'm asking for honest thoughts - would hate this car? How well does it handle 75mph highway cruising?
>...How well can these things stand up to sustained, 20,000 miles a year of daily driving?
Thanks everybody for your time!
>8 months a year you may be able to charge at just
work, and if it's free.... well, you know!
>I am at +$1000 in savings over buying electrons at home doing it this way. And that's not counting the gas
I don't buy. Almost 2.5 yrs / + 41k miles of ownership!
>Got a friend with a pickup? Or put a hitch on the SS. I spent $125 on a Uhaul dolly to bring mine home 800 miles. One weekend road trip.
>I drive 90% interstate on my 50 mile RT commute. Hanging with all my buds in the left lane, I bump the 90 mph limiter at least once a week!! No Problem Found.
And it has great acceleration at any speed, imho.
>Mine hasn't burped in the time I've owned it.
Only thing I've seen is rarely
the climate control drop-down header does not respond to control knob changes. The knobs work, theyjust don't display the changes. A quick reboot of the car and all is well. I think if I count to 3 before twisting climate control knobs at power up it always works correctly.
Tires are my only maintenance item, oh, and washer fluid. I never dik with rotating the tires because that is only a left to right deal. Lots of cars can't have their tires rotated.
I'm currently trying to burn down my current front tires before winter. I have a new set of 195/50-15 tires on .5" wider wheels waiting to install!
This car is FUN
to drive and toss around. It has a Stability Control system that doesn't let the car get too weird.
You won't be sorry tracking down one of these EV Sleepers!!!
Used '14 2LT w/ DCFC. +85k miles.
Mostly free charging! Only one LONG visit to the shop....
GM needs Modern Troubleshooting tools for Modern EV's.
3 step Trouble Tree, 1st try car died again, 2nd try / cost $800. 3rd try fixed the problem.