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Re: i3 is over

Fri Aug 31, 2018 9:17 pm

I just purchased my 2016 Rex that came off a lease for 24K loaded Terra with every option they had. It had 24K miles on it and I have had it for a month now. My round trip drive here in Central Florida is 70 miles and I have found that Eco pro is more efficient as I tale the Interstate I-4 every day. I'm happy with it so far and have no complaints and as said above I wouldn't have purchased it without the REX

2016 BMW i3 Terra world Rex

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Re: i3 is over

Sun Sep 16, 2018 3:38 am

We picked up a 2016 i3 BEV last month to take over our local daily driving (50-100 miles per day). Lots of back and forth with the 2 kids. The car is a ton of fun around town and range is never an issue with a variety of chargers around. We also have a L2 charger at home for quick refills as well. We would never have considered buying new due to the high cost (vs Tesla M3) but buying used was a no brainer.
2014 Tesla P85DL+
2016 BMW i3 BEV
2009 Smart FourTwo Convertible

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Re: i3 is over

Sun Sep 16, 2018 3:08 pm

The $35K Model 3 doesn't exist (yet, if ever). Many of them are going out the door at lots more than an i3. But, it's a different kind of car, not really an apples to apples comparison.
Jim DeBruycker
2011 535i x-drive GT, 2014 i3 BEV

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