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Discussion in 'Showroom' started by StrickenHAWK?, Jun 27, 2009.
Yeah its pulling quite nicely, and its suprisingly stable even at higher speeds
I'm joining this show off here
This is my toy (for 1,5 years now)
I got it for pretty good price and low mileage. (The add on the side comes off next year. Until then i get the inspections for free driving around with their add.)
My DS3 currently has crash damage to it's face... so I hate you all
I hate you for crashing it. How could you?
Bought my first car last Friday...
Don't be, our Peugeot 406 1.8 Turbo was stolen, then returned and now totalled...
Gave the Golf a polish, I think it turned out pretty decent
I gave in
Oh snap boss, congrats! Any idea about the ETA?
@Loz That is amazing.
@RobikV3 Lovely GTI dude.
@TIMELESS according to their estimate it is between 2~4 months
What tipped you over? Was it the unveiling at LTX? Congrats mate.
I am on a mission to save mother planet earth
Have fun with the Tesla Diablo. I have to admit, since i had my first Tesla-experience, i would not say strictly "no" to them anymore. This was my taxi when i was in Lyon for a communityworkshop with Ubisoft. I wanted to ask him to show the ludicrous mode, but with the trafficrules of france in mind i resisted.
@DonnieBrasco there might be some difference between countries on how much taxi drivers make, but, why would someone who can afford a Model X (this thing can easily go beyond 100k+) be a taxi driver, I have only seen one guy decided to do cab driver just for the shake of driving the car more.
I think that wasn't a real taxidriver. This guy looked more like a securityguy and probably was connected to Ubisoft in some way or just a private shuttle- or chauffeurservice. I didn't ask him to be honest. He was just the driver that brought me from the hotel back to the airport. The other players who were in the workshop with me had to drive with a regular minibus btw.
I am considering cancel my order, tried to reach Tesla customer support for over a week with no response, this is ridiculous
I enjoyed seeing so many Teslas when I was in Norway back at the beginning of March, certainly something different to look at. It must have been getting on for one (sometimes more) on every street when I was there, but reading about it the Norwegian government offer some decent incentives to get people to buy them over the standard petrol/diesel choices. In the four months I've been back in England I've seen a grand total of two of the things.
Hoovies Garage on YouTube bought a Model S with 106,000 miles on it a couple of months ago. I'd say its a good job most of the work has been done under warranty on the thing previous to him buying it. Apparently no issues with the battery, but the touch screen and three of the door handles ($1K each) and the drive motor (twice) had to be replaced before 100K, but I think that was all to do with it being an early production car.
I think I'd still like to have one one day, but I'll have to offset it with a V8 that I'll just leave idling while I'm out in the Tesla.
Tesla is certainly one major mover for electric cars, but a lot has to say about their build quality, maybe in few years they can step up the game
at this point I might stuck with the car with my this "non refundable" order and non reachable customer support