Driving an electric car every day

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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Remundo » 19/10/23, 21:44

doomed doomed Philou, you have “nothing to beat” if you have a lot of margin in autonomy. Otherwise...

For example, I imagine that you don't drive too much at 140 km/h on the highway...
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 21/10/23, 05:49

Remundo wrote:doomed doomed Philou, you have “nothing to beat” if you have a lot of margin in autonomy. Otherwise...

For example, I imagine that you don't drive too much at 140 km/h on the highway...
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I put on waze, and drive at +2-3 km/h from the authorized speed, so when it is authorized at 130, I am at 132-133 real, and a good 135-136, on the meter

At the end of the month, I'm going to Brittany, and I'll be around 115-120, depending on the limits.

But I first leave for about 180 km, on the road, before taking a toll, because paying to save a good quarter of an hour is not cool.

And after Caen, it's "free, on expressways.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Christophe » 21/11/23, 20:13

The Tesla Model 3 last in the 2024 report from TÜV, German technical inspection

The rate of major problems seems high on the electric sedan

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The ranking therefore places the Tesla Model 3 dead last, in current 111th place just behind the Dacia Logan. The Model 3 has a failure rate of 14,7%, which seems significant since the Logan is at 11,4%. However, it would be necessary to have access to the details of the faults reported, but the TÜV still mentions "significant" failures, particularly in two areas: braking (discs and pads lightly used on the electric ones thanks to the regenerative, and therefore paradoxically less effective in the time) and suspensions/axles, which seem to be recurring on the Model 3.



https://www.automobile-magazine.fr/tout ... -technique

2024 assessment? Really ?
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by phil59 » 21/11/23, 20:36

It's not pure electrical problems, in any case.

But it's strange, on my ion with more than 120 km, brakes used very little, no problem.

But the chassis was not a pure electric one at the start, but a thermal one, so the brake was not designed specifically for electric.

On the kona, I have exceeded 80 km, no particular problems.

Afterwards, on all cars, we have recalls, more or less.

But the tm3 had a lot of problems, part failures, and were quickly corrected afterwards.

So, is this on the latest tm3 models, or the first?

My wife doesn't like Teslas, except the Model X.

Currently, one of my favorites is the Hyundai Ioniq 6, but my wife doesn't like it.

So, I also confirm that during my stay in Brittany, I took the toll highway for part, and drove at 130, for part.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Forhorse » 21/11/23, 23:25

This is a bit of non-information, because now the parts are so expensive, and the price of labor is such (we are not far from 100€ per hour in any garage) that anyway, for any car, any collision that goes beyond the small bump makes the car VEI
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by perplex » 22/11/23, 08:23

Christophe wrote:The Tesla Model 3 last in the 2024 report from TÜV, German technical inspection

The rate of major problems seems high on the electric sedan

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braking (discs and pads lightly used on the electric ones thanks to regenerative, and therefore paradoxically less effective over time) and the suspensions/axles, which seem to be recurring on the Model 3.



https://www.automobile-magazine.fr/tout ... -technique

2024 assessment? Really ?

My driving style is rather energetic, and the regenerative braking is very limited when the car is cold, after 10 minutes it's better but my confidence has dropped, especially when going downhill... I have a model Y.

Afterwards for the calculations it's not very clear, percentage ok, who provides the information? Especially at Tesla, the owners?
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Christophe » 22/11/23, 11:11

As said in the article these are the returns of the CT…
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by phil59 » 22/11/23, 18:51

CT returns...
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Macro » 23/11/23, 20:27

I confirm about the brakes...I had to put a rear brake kit on my new c zero on paper which no longer braked..
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