Your units are wrong. Charging rate is measured in kW, not "KwH".blimpy wrote:This GREAT NEWS.. because used stripper S cars with 3.3 KwH charger and no QC are Cheap Cheap Cheap..
regardless of age or mileage.
probably because in America the general standard of driving is lower. The US roads are much safer than in Europe but because of that the drivers are less attentive, thus the roads end up being more dangerous. You are not driving properly in the USA unless you are texting, eating fries, talking on a cellphone, doing make up, drinking a soda.. a really big soda, head turned to shout at the kids in the back seat or general distracted with anything but what is going on around you on the streets. I've been rearended, twice while stopped, both by drivers who where not even looking at the road or what was directly in front of them. So, ignoring my sarcasm, the truth be told we have a lot more wrecked cars due to the way of the land over here.gugusse wrote:Hello,
We have a leaf too and I'm thinking about upgrading the onboard charger, my wife drives it usually 80km a day but once a week she does around 120 - 140km and it might be a bit a problem in winter.
Would it be possible to have more informations about your car?
What was the charger part number you had and the one you put in place?
I don't know why but here in Europe the only "cheap" 6.6kw charger is the 292C0-3NF3B and I can't really find parts from a damaged / wrecked car.