The Tesla Model 3 IS getting a CCS plug for the European market. Where are you at? You said "province" so I assume you're in Canada? You may want to call Tesla and ask if you're going to get a CCS plug in Canada. Following is the article. https://electrek.co/2018/11/14/tesla-model-3-ccs-2-plug-europe-adapter-model-s-model-x/
LeftyBiker & DougWantsALeaf, Yeah, I'm keeping my Leaf. The Tesla Model Y is not out yet and a hatchback is more practical for hunting and fishing. I wish there were an electric pickup truck, though. I like both cars and I'm not selling either one. Oh, and I forgot to mention in my review that the Tesla has some minor fit and finish issues; the charge port won't close, the paint was scratched, and the side underbody trim was falling off. However, they did fix these items within 2 weeks with no fuss. Be careful to examine your vehicle thoroughly on delivery day because if you did not spot the defect and document it with the delivery agent on your account, they may not fix it, depending on the issue. Not all issues are covered under warranty. For example, the tires are not covered under Tesla's warranty. That would be classified as "wear and tear" even though the delivery process inflicted the damage, you'd have to document it to be classified as such.
webeleafowners wrote:We are on the fence between the Leaf SL Eplus and the model 3. If we go model 3 it will be LR RWD so no sense comparing price. But without a Chademo or CCS adapter the model 3 is outa there. There are 10 times as many CCS/Chademo locations in our province. Without an adapter we would be restricted to level 2 charging at least half the places we travel. We are not in a hurry. Hoping they come out with an adapter in the next 6 to 9 months. Otherwise it’s the leaf.