HappyTeslaOwner
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8/12/19
8:13 AM
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I’ve owned both the current version of the XC90 (for 65k miles) and a sport version of this example (78k).

7/3/19
11:41 AM
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Thanks for the article!  Thanks for helping save an endanger species

6/26/19
11:41 AM
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One fun add on that no one told me about — and in fact the folks at FCA and SiriusXM customer service we’re unaware of: the SiriusXM radio also plays all the Internet stations. No app needed. Works about 90% of the time (ergo, why I talked to customer service). Additionally when Jam On went from satellite to

6/21/19
8:09 AM
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Crack Pipe! Like everything on the Internet I expect to pay nothing and get great content daily, or at least 5 days a week at 8 am.

6/18/19
8:16 AM
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Asking $8k for a clean, but uninteresting and underpowered car? He’s got some big

6/12/19
8:12 AM
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This guy is almost as bad as the owner of the Viper in terms of pictures. He spent beaucoup bucks to upgrade the wheels and only posted one picture of the new set and all the other exterior pics are of the factory wheel. The originals make it look seriously dated and the new set brings it forward a decade.

6/10/19
2:29 PM
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When I’m not HappyTeslaOwner I am VeryHappyGLA45Owner.  Bought a 2015 CPO and love thrashing it around rural lands.

6/10/19
9:44 AM
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We’re getting too much rain in MD to get a lot of spiders - they’ve made little spider boats and floated away to spider land somewhere in California.

6/10/19
8:05 AM
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What I meant was that under 50 degrees you cant start to see that the car uses more energy.  But yes at 5 degrees it is much more noticeable.  When it gets really cold it’s usually a good thing to have the car connected (even if it’s full of juice) and turn it on to get the heater going, so the batteries are warm from

6/7/19
1:14 PM
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The battery has to fail first. That said I was wrong in my initial comment — it’s 8 years and u limited miles. So a bit easier to swallow. 

6/7/19
10:43 AM
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If that were true, don’t you think Tesla wouldn’t allow the batteries to be charged so quickly at home, let alone at supercharging stations?  Then they’re just purposely giving people large swaps for large financial losses.

6/7/19
10:39 AM
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Yep, shouldn’t have said never, but family trips in a 3 for 1000 miles to stay a week somewhere is giving up on some conveniences.

6/7/19
10:36 AM
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For an a5 I had, there was a problem with — if I remember correctly — leaky cylinder heads. It was fixed under warranty. Audi was charging $8k for the fix. Now, if not under warranty I could have gone elsewhere and done it cheaper, but via Audi that was the price. So the BMW M3 engine, installed probably is a bit

6/7/19
10:29 AM
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It’s possible, but you are giving up convenience. I do 600 and 1000 mile trips about 10 times a year and I do them with just stopping for gas/food.  To do that in the Tesla would add on hours to my trip.

6/7/19
10:15 AM
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They did assure me that I would be getting my original range back, so there’s that. Been reading that it might be a 90 pack though. And I retain my Performance specs too.

6/7/19
10:13 AM
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Hey all, I made an error on warranty — its good for 8 years unlimited miles. My bad.  I’ll drive around in a CVT Lexus as punishment.