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4 years and counting

Discussion in 'Model S' started by rogbmw, Feb 10, 2017.

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  1. rogbmw

    rogbmw Member

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    This weekend is the 4th anniversary of delivery of our Model S. We received it in February 2013, and still enjoy every minute. Still have that Tesla Grin!!
     
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  2. AEdennis

    AEdennis Active Member

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    Congratulations....

    How many miles?
     
  3. Patrick W

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    Kudos! I look forward to having mine at least that long. :)
     
  4. The Fury

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    My 4 year anniversary is also now!! Still have my grin at 115K miles....
     
  5. OlavA

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    That's great. @The Fury how's the range/charge holding out?

    I've had mine for almost 5 months and have 11K miles on it.
     
  6. jerry33

    jerry33 S85 - VIN:P05130 - 3/2/13

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    Three weeks to go till four years, 84 K miles
     
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  7. bob_p

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    Our S P85 is slightly more than 4 years old, with 80K miles and will be getting a sibling shortly - a new red (which wasn't available 4 years ago) S 100D. Though the relationship may not last long, we have a reservation for a Model 3 which will replace the S P85.

    Just ordered the 14-50 charging cable - so we'll have it ready to charge the P85 when the new 100D shows up (and uses our HPWC).
     
  8. andrewket

    andrewket Well-Known Member

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    Your 100D will come with a UMC and a 14-50 adapter.
     
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    How is your range holding up?
     
  10. bob_p

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    We decided to buy the 14-50 cable/adapter, so we can keep a UMC in each car.
     
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    scaesare Well-Known Member

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    Ah, more "old timers"!

    Mine will hit 4 years in about 2 more months. I have a 10xxx VIN. Just getting ready to hit 90K miles. Mine was the second that I've found in the area of Northern VA I live in.

    Range is s good question. I rarely charge to 100%, but when I have recently it's been 252-253. However I often notice I can go a couple of miles before thee rated range starts to count down, so actual range is probably ~255 or so. I'd bet if I did a few consecutive 100% charges it might recalibrate the estimate a bit.
     

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