Re L2 (and L3): Got it, thanksDaveinOlyWA wrote:LEAF no longer comes with 3.3 L2 charging
In car 4G available on SV and up
Really the best deal is SV with climate and tech. About $35½K heated wheels, ACC. This is what I am getting. First unforced model upgrade ever for me. (yeah, I am that cheap) remembering that my 2011 SL doesn't really count but was only way to get chademo so had to be done.
Then the S without the Charge Package now comes with the 6.6 OBC standard?LEAF no longer comes with 3.3 L2 charging
It sure seems that way. According to the website, the Charge Package adds a 120V/240V portable cable and a quick charge port. It says nothing about upgrading the on board charger.LeftieBiker wrote:Then the S without the Charge Package now comes with the 6.6 OBC standard?LEAF no longer comes with 3.3 L2 charging
ahha, the hate is strong in this one. The model 3 is a better car than the Leaf. To not drive it if given to you free? You are visiting way too many anti-tesla sources.LeftieBiker wrote:That table assigns features to only the SL that the SV also has with the Tech Package. I'm also amazed at no heated steering wheel in the 3. I wouldn't drive one if it were given to me for free, between that and the rough ride. Maybe that too is wrong in the chart.
Thanks for putting this together.SageBrush wrote:The comparison table is more accurate now, and @DaveInOly has rightly pointed out that most of the missing convenience feature set in the LEAF compared to the base Tesla can be bought with relatively inexpensive packages. No way to fix the LEAF battery and charging disadvantages.
Did they ever? It works that horrible way in my 2013.EatsShootsandLeafs wrote:I remember my 2012 leaf's heated steering wheel was garbage. It would pulse on and off between hot and cold. I assume nissan eventually fixed that?
You should add: reliable, fast remote accessSageBrush wrote:The comparison table is more accurate now
No, I'm not a Tesla hater. I have such poor circulation in my hands (and feet) that I have to have a heated steering wheel, or use my bulky heated snowmobile gloves all Winter. I also don't like harsh rides anymore, even with better cornering. It's a case of the M3 not having the features I need and like most. If given one I'd sell it.ahha, the hate is strong in this one. The Model 3 is a better car than the Leaf. To not drive it if given to you free? You are visiting way too many anti-Tesla sources.
It is true the Tesla lacks heated steering wheel. It's still a premium feature in most cars.