I am at 78,044 Miles on my April 2014 85. 90% is 227. I think it was 241 new. It really hasnt changed at all for the last 2 years (around 30k miles of driving). I am frequently driving below 5% rarely charge over 90. Everyday charging is 85%.
The car is pretty good at that, just follow its directions. You can also try evtripplanner.com . But there is no substitute for just getting out there and getting firsthand experience. You will get the hang of it in no time at all.
Thats awesome. I just had a flashback. Completely forgot that I met Bonnie until I saw todays pics.
Just after I took my first real road trip in the S, she was at the service center (I think driving a green S?), and coming back from an even longer trip than mine. Took the time to pleasantly...
We have the diono as well as a recaro. My 2 year old likes the recaro better but it does take up more space (its wider) than the Dio. Cant go wrong either way, but if I could get only one I would take the Recaro.
S85 at 40k miles 90% is 229. I've come to find the number isn't super accurate. It's based on the in/out behavior. I've taken it below 0 and come back in the morning with a 90% that's higher by the same amount I was below when I plugged in.
The posts above as spot on. You just need a little experience with the car. Getting to know it and what are willing to do with the time you have will dictate your strategy. Sometime you will not feel like stopping and will stretch. In general just stop at the SC's and get that 20% buffer to make...
Ill look through my pics again, but I did notice the right 4 spots say Tesla only. The left 3 say general 60 minute parking. So at least some of them wont be ICE'd. Is the transformer on the street in a box? or behind the enclosure?