coleafrado2 wrote: ↑
Thu May 20, 2021 10:46 am
There's no way you're disappointed that your car has limited access to EA's network, right?
Here in the north east, I have never once needed access to any other DC charging network. That includes drives from MA west to OH, south to VA, and north to ME.
In 2017 I briefly considered borrowing a friend's CHAdeMO adapter to for a trip to Bar Harbor, ME, but we ended up taking the CRV we used to own since it had a hitch for the bike rack. The X has replaced that car, and the SuperCharger expansion across Maine since then has eliminated any question of needing CHAdeMO. When we bring the bikes up to Bar Harbor this year, we'll just use the X.
(and back in 2017 my wife was against using the Model S for that trip as she was highly concerned about using an EV for that sort of trip; now in 2021 she is doing all the planning the trip of the trip in the Model X)
Were a reasonably priced CCS adapter become available, I'd probably consider it. But given where I live, I'm not sure how much I'd ever use it.