ted99 wrote:EvMan Your description of your 2016 ride exactly mirrors that of my 2014. Wife and I were at BMW dealer recently and sat in a showroom 2017 i3. Her totally unsolicited remark was that the car felt completely different, just sitting, to our 2014. I discounted that as her experience with our 2014 was too long ago. Reading your comments, I recant and accept that she was right. If my dealer ever gets an i3S to drive, I'm looking forward to it on Richmond Ave--where the potholes have potholes and heaves.
Some times they are right.
My Wife couldn't care less about EVs,never gave them any thought, but she is a big fan of Rex.
As she puts it. The time to top of Rex is less than 5 minutes vs the' life is complicated;.....
And if you think about it , its spot on.
But she is a fan of charging it at home. No gas trips
I was talking about 2017 and not the 2018 pig with new lipstick. hopefully it may have more modifications. If Elon comes to know , there were no new improvements , he may k.ll the Product Manger of the i3. Seriously, he wants improvement every week.
I observed today. I think the seats are same , but the suspension is definitely softer. With increased weight of battery , i guess they were forced to make some changes , if not for the occupants comfort.
2016 22KWH Rex ( Lease to Return ) ~ Model 3 Dual Motor, Long Range ( Wait-listed )
2017 33KWH Rex
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