SiLiZiUMM wrote:2016Electric wrote:Glad to hear she is ok (GF) and glad to hear the car held up well. I'm assuming then that there was no intrusion into the back seat area...
BTW, how's the public charging infrastructure in Quebec? Ours around TO is .. fairly under-developed.
I'll be curious to see what kind of range you get over the winter. I'm waiting on some real world info about that before proceeding.
Indeed, the back seat is 100% correct, the trunk got the impact. I have some pictures here (in french): http://menu-principal-forums-aveq.10973 ... 32396.html
The public charging infrastructure is really great here, and it's developing very fast! We now something like 30 Level 3 chargers in the province (we have 2 in Quebec City), and a lot of level 2 chargers (over 700 I think). I hope Ottawa would get one soon, my sister lives accross the river (in Gatineau)!
Yikes! That's a nasty one. The person that hit your car must have been moving quite quickly, or been driving something quite heavy.. Still, glad everyone was ok.
Thanks for the pics though.. they really show how well built this little car is.
Good to know your charging infrastructure in QC is being built out at a good rate... indeed, I hope things work our for some chargers in Ottawa too! Perhaps after October 19th, things will begin to move along
I know of two fast chargers in the area I live, and while they aren't all that far (less than 2 km), the traffic around here is just so horrible that it would probably take at least 30 mins to get to them! Would certainly need a good level 2 charger at home - which seems like a no-brainer to me given how convenient that would be (and not that hard to install either).
I've really got to get out and test drive one of these!