I know that I’m missing my Active E when I start checking out other electric “cars.”
I joined the EV revolution with the Active E and not the Mini-E. However. I did find the following electric Mini today…
So, get your kids ready for the future and pick up one of these at your local Costco.
And hopefully I will get my Active E back this Friday, complete with the permanent fix for the spline issue.
I did it…
I was hoping to wait until April, but this darn price increase forced me to commit earlier than I wanted to.
What was it that I did…
I put my deposit down for one of these –
What can I say? I really like BMWs, but the styling of the i3 leaves much to be desired.
The i3 4 door is ok, it just doesn’t look like other BMWs.
The newly unveiled i3 Coupe looks even better, but I do want the four door functionality!
I was hoping to put down the deposit by April to take delivery of the Model S by the time the ActiveE lease ends and I am forced to give back the car, but Tesla’s price increase and the inevitability of it all got me off the fence.
This isn’t to say that I won’t be getting an i3, but it does mean that the deal has to be that much better to get me to one as well. A deposit on a Model S at this time
The car went into the shop on Monday, December 3rd to finalize the work from the 20,000 mile service. 21,021 miles… Not bad. Waited a few weeks for the part to (hopefully) fix the spline design issue that’s been reported.I’m hoping that the charging issue that folks have been reporting on Chargepoint/Coulomb chargers don’t affect this vehicle as I have a Coulomb charger at home. Fingers crossed. Still waiting on my dealership to tell me to pick up the car… Though it looks like Thursday, Dec. 6th… as of right now.