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There May Actually Be A Way Out..

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Just Amazing.
And.. With A Better Resale / Charging Network..
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Each to their own. Nice cars. Excellent tech. Excellent app. Excellent charging network. Exterior is ho-hum. Hated the interior and usability. For me, a car is for driving, and driving is the things I see, touch, move, and use while making the car go where I want it to. While I loved the tech, I couldn't get past not liking the actual driving experience. (Most engaging driving experience I've had? My wife briefly had a '56 Ford Thunderbird.... Oh man was that fun to drive!)
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Yup I'm planning to go with a Model Y Performance which gets the full $7500 and no hassle buying experience - and has the new battery tech. I'm happy I waited for my preorder Platinum+ to come in, but sadly it arrived 3-5 years behind the competition purely in terms of what it delivers as an EV. If this is Nissan's best effort in 2023, I'm not hopeful for their future. Tesla, on the other hand...:unsure:
BTW, it is definitely a "to each their own" decision where to spend their EV money and I do hope the Ariya buyers are happy, just like me.
But I can't tell you how much I'll enjoy seeing my MYP charged to 80% whenever I get into it after an overnite charge in my garage. A year from now, Airya owners will still be asking how to do that, and Nissan will still be ignoring it entirely.
If I had to sum up this whole experience falling in and out of love with the Ariya (and my choice to move on) - that 80% thing would be it.
Each to their own. Nice cars. Excellent tech. Excellent app. Excellent charging network. Exterior is ho-hum. Hated the interior and usability. For me, a car is for driving, and driving is the things I see, touch, move, and use while making the car go where I want it to. While I loved the tech, I couldn't get past not liking the actual driving experience. (Most engaging driving experience I've had? My wife briefly had a '56 Ford Thunderbird.... Oh man was that fun to drive!)
same here, car is a tool, not a thing to worship over.. it's meant to serve me :)
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I don't think Nissan employees are going to be creeping on me.

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