- Oct 2, 2022
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I’m not sure it’s not EV related. The electric car failed to maintain the charge in the 12V battery. Anyway I’ve plenty of other issues that are certainly EV related.None of your issues are EV-related. We have completely changed to EVs over a year ago now and had no real issues whatsoever. We have been to Italy multiple times with a small child (400 miles away). All worked perfectly fine. There are lots of things to optimise still, but electric mobility works.
And my thinking is that considering I’m compromising things you’d normally take for granted in a petrol car, for instance not having to search for chargers in the pissing rain on medium length journeys etc, the least I’d expect from a brand new super duper electric vehicle is for it not to break down after three months.
The dealer couldn’t give a monkeys either which has wound me right up to be honest. They can stick their car where the sun don’t shine.
I’m not reallyv easily put off and there are plenty other compromises I’ve made and things I’ve put up with in this car. And then it breaks down after 3 months. Why the hell should I put up with that. I can foresee a world of pain if I keep this car so I’m taking the decision to get rid.If you are that easily put off you should stick with what you know. You have to be at least a little flexible when using technology of any sort. This type of thing is relative minor. Nothing is perfect. Good luck.