Ok. You can stay.
I had seen that, however I have like 5 or 6 cars now and they don't all fit in there. I'm using the little one by the drivers knee's to store them all.One extra touch I noticed that I don’t recall seeing mentioned here, is that there’s a little holder for a charging card in the glovebox, just below where the user manual is stored (pictured).
I’m told by some of my EV-owning friends that 14-50 outlets can be found at a lot of RV camp sites.It's nice but kind of bizarre that they included that thing because where are you going to go and find a randome 14-50 plug? My concern is if you fit the 15 amp connector on it, you better set your car for a max of 12 amps least you blow the circuit on the outlet.
Happy to share. I took the 0%, 60-month financing. My trade-in, deposit, and an additional down payment were applied against the purchase price and the rest divided simply across the term of the loan - overall I would say that the team are very helpful and the paperwork clear. Easy transaction. I did not get the new CA rebate, however there is an $800 PG&E rebate available through the end of the year that is an either/or with the new rebate, so I will apply for that (once the permanent registration card arrives).Did you finance/lease? If you don't mind sharing terms it would be appreciated. Also did you get the new 1500 California rebate?
Hi Mick,Hi all, post #2, but have been lurking for quite a while before creating an account. I'm in West Tennessee and put my deposit down for a PP Midnight back in June. I am closer to the Manhattan space so that's where my car is coming from. I spoke with a rep yesterday - he called me to schedule delivery. He was a bit ahead of himself though as I had switched from cash to 0% financing (who can say no to free money!) a week or so ago and while I was happy to go ahead and schedule the delivery, he had to connect me with the finance manager today to get that paperwork done. That is when I found out that I need to send a copy of my driver's license and proof of insurance before they will overnight me the paperwork for the financing. Plus my signature on the paperwork once I get it has to be notarized. I thought getting the car delivered just on my verbal promise to pay was probably not sufficient.
But both of the people I have spoken to have been very friendly. The finance manager explained the process well and did not rush me off the phone: we had a very nice conversation. He also provided my VIN (ends in 116XX) and followed up with an email so I have his address going forward. They are getting cars next week and are scheduling delivery/pickup for this batch now. Seems they are working through the weekend to keep up.
Note that this is the first new car I have purchased for myself since my 1996 Volvo 850R, which I still drive and will keep until I die (much to my wife's chagrin). I'd be happy to post a photo of it if anyone is interested, but that is not the topic at hand of course and I don't want to get crosswise with the moderators. Needless to say I am very excited and a bit apprehensive as I hope all of the issues have been fixed now and I won't have to send it back for repairs. I can't wait to be part of the club - I suspect it will be a very exclusive club here locally - at least for awhile.