There you go, Herm; you hit the nail on the head.Herm wrote:I would like to know what will be the most useless question that will eat up the most amount of time being answered?
That's Tony's quote, not mine. Mine is that there will be one, not may be one.hill wrote:On the back of a diesel truck hauling a diesel generator? . . . or a real one. As for chademo - I hope someone has the cojones to ask why corporate Nissan located next to Irvine spectrum (one of the high tech capitols of the nation) doesn't have a QC. Talk about fail. OOpppps no ... don't talk about fail. don't wana hurt any feelings. I'm sure they have TONS of great reasons for NOT getting on the ball w/ QC in So. Cal. That's what really matters ... having tons of great reasons ...LEAFfan wrote: A CHAdeMO quick charger may be available.
Anyone with a Tesla Model S going? Can I be your passenger?TonyWilliams wrote:Why don't we leave this thread for the actual event?
Also, it would be wise to post SPECIFIC questions you want answered. Naturally, not every question may get responded to, or it may be changed into a different question.
I'd like to see Phoenix area Nissan dealers involved, and of course, the Arizona LEAFers, past, present and future.
I hadn't thought of driving the Rav4. It's 373 miles door to door. I could leave Sunday and arrive in Yuma Sunday night, and leave Yuma early Monday to arrive Monday evening in Scottsdale:
120 miles - Imperial, CA (two hours 40 amp charging needed on RV Park NEMA 14-50)
60 miles - Yuma, AZ (overnight, full range charge on any charger)
180 miles - subtotal, 3 hours travel, 2 hours charging during dinner Imperial, 5 hours total time
120 miles - Gila Bend, AZ (three hours 40 amp charging needed on RV Park NEMA 14-50)
80 miles - 6850 E. Main Street, Scottsdale, AZ
200 miles - subtotal, 3.5 hours travel, 3 hours charging during lunch, 6.5 hours total time
TOTALS each way - 380 miles, 11 hours enroute, 5 hours enroute charging, 6.5 driving at 60mph average
That's a really good point. There was more than one LEAF that behaved this way, and exhibited disproportional range loss above the low battery warning. If this type of behavior could not be changed easily, through a software update or a sensor replacement perhaps, could the requirement that an owner needs to charge as soon as hitting the low battery warrning be waived instead?azdre wrote:Is there anything that should be done (for other owners) to restore the range that they once had above LBW or should that part of the battery really rarely be used?