I used an Ionity charger on a road trip in Dec and peaked at 118kW. Payed the reduced rate using the E-tron card
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I live near Edinburgh and have been up to Inverness in my Q4. I used Ionity in Perth with my E-torn card and it was great (video here: https://youtu.be/3WKvJRvr-2M). The CPS card is handy but you *should* be able to start and end a charge using the app or by calling them if needed. Different local a...
I generally use either the local 22kW charger (AC so I get 10.5-11kw), or a 50kW rapid which generally gives me 45kw (ish). Only ultra rapid charger I’ve used was Ionity in Perth and it peaked at 128kW which I thought was ok when the temp was 4°C. Got photo evidence too - about 13 mins into this: ht...
- Wed Mar 02, 2022 11:57 am
- Forum: Off-Topic Chat
- Topic: Is this your first electric car?
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Not my first EV as we already have an i3, but still quite new to the whole EV thing as we only got the i3 in May 2021. Both cars are very different but both great for what we are using them for. We've covered over 11k miles between them and only put out £60 on electricity which is a major bonus, tho...
- Wed Mar 02, 2022 11:47 am
- Forum: Faults & Technical
- Topic: Range: Quoted-v-Actual
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I currently struggle to average more the 3.0 mi/kWh in my daily driving in my 40 S-Line (20" wheels). To be fair to the car I have the heated seat on for the start of most journeys, and the heating is on (but air-con off), so I'm not particularly trying to be economical. Range is normally about...
Hi all Just found the forum while searching for an error message online, so thought I'd sign up :D I've had my 40 S-Line since November and its been amazing so far - loving the space/looks/running costs. Its a great all rounder! No real issues apart from a coupe of random errors which disappeared af...