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  • I've asked the Tesla rep several times regarding the replacement cost of a Model S battery he keeps saying $ which IMHO is more.

    Model S > Model S: Battery & Charging I am having the battery replaced on my P85 now, warranty replacement though. They have.

    In March of this year, there was a minor uproar over Tesla Roadster batteries being “bricked,” a way of saying that the battery pack was fully.

    Vote Up 2 -2 Vote Down Reply. As for supercharging, Elon advised that there was no limitation or life-cycle effect of using it. There are bolts, which are only accessible by removing trims from the interior of the car, that need to be removed in order to eject the pack. Leave the car, take Lyft, or whatever, go home and deal with it the next day.

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    Needless to say, Sean gets a ton of use out of the car. What caused it to fail? How much will a new Tesla battery cost? He finds himself driving upwards of miles some days. Unfortunately, for a long time, Sean was charging to percent every single time. In the other video below Sean is pushing the car to the end of its range and says he has pushed it further on other occasions.

    Finally, Mitchell points out that high temperature is a battery killer. Being that he uses Superchargers a few times a day, this high voltage degraded his battery quicker. Sean shows how to get an idea of your battery health, but adds that it would be fantastic if Tesla provided more of this type of information for owners.

    Mitchell offers a wealth of information about the whole situation, including the out-of-pocket cost of a Tesla battery replacement. Check out the video for more details. Teslanomics on battery degradation: Battery degradation shared by owners: Battery Tech , Tesla Tags: The way you charge and drive represents tremendous abuse of the 60 kWh pack; simply having a 75 kWh limited to 60 kWh provides a protective buffer against damage from fully charging when it is not necessary, and might provide some protection to the pack against draining it completely by driving it to zero.

    If you do pay to unlock the full 75k, then that protection against bad habits will be erased. Since you are already accustomed to a 60 kWh battery, the new pack will still offer some unlooked-for benefits — it will charge to 60 kWh faster, and may provide slightly more powerful acceleration than the previous pack.

    Actually you did it exactly right. Your battery failed while still under warranty. Do you really need another car? I actually experienced the same tow truck nightmare in the San Francisco Bay Area. Needed a tow at night and the dispatcher lied and said a truck was on the way. Hours passed and when I called to complain, they said that the truck they sent was stuck in traffic on the Well you would not take the to get to where I was from where he supposedly was coming from and there was no traffic on the phone on the at 9: At that point, I abandoned the car and dealt with it the next day.

    There are little to no tow trucks at night. Leave the car, take Lyft, or whatever, go home and deal with it the next day. It sounds more like unfortunate necessity to me. I mean, honestly this is kind of showing the significant shortcomings that remain with EVs.

    If you have to drive them a specific and limited way not to break them then the general public is never going to accept them. Looks to me much more like a case of someone choosing the wrong car to buy. If you need to haul a lot of stuff around frequently, then you should probably get a pickup, minivan, or SUV. Buying a Volkswagen Beetle is probably not the right choice.

    Similarly, if someone is driving miles a day on a regular basis, then a Tesla Model S60 is not the right car. Someone with that kind of lifestyle needs a car with better range. I would think a car, and a user with needs like this would be perfect customer for a car with a wireless charger of course given ample ability to charge when he park. I hope wireless charging will be common, and wide spread.

    Just use the same way to pay, wireless of course. For people who use a car for inner city driving. Could use a fairly tiny and cheap and light battery, that offers a cheap EV for as many people as possible. Companies like Mazda that do not offer EVs yet, could have buy an electric drive unit to replace the ICE engine and transmission from companies like Bosch, and just replace the gas tank with a small but large enough battery. Just minor changes to a car they already make, to give them access to EV customers fast.

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