Surprised nobody had noticed before now.
Seems like a terrible location for a supercharger though. Its not anywhere near any major highways. Its also only a few miles from the Maple Shade. Guess it’d be convenient for folks in Philly to come out and do some shopping across the street.
I also grew up a half-mile away from here! And my parents still live there. I will certainly make use of this location over Maple Shade or Marlton when visiting the area as both of those are slightly inconvenient for me. But they all beat out Molly Pitcher or Hamilton Township when those were the only options.** LOL
I think the location makes sense for people traveling east or west to/from Philly over the Ben Franklin or W.W. bridges -- and not necessarily commuters -- maybe shore traffic? But I'm surprised they're not urban SC, which might have made more sense. Is Tesla still doing new urban SCs or are they all V3 now?
** Even before the NJTP SCs -- when visiting my folks, I had to charge a few times at a L2 charger on Chapel Ave (Flaster/Greenberg) to get enough juice to make it to Hamilton Marketplace.
This was my first time at this one actually. It was because of a spontaneous test drive if a Model Y this morning in advance of a service visit for my aging S. Just in case the estimate came back too high
I do agree with another poster. Not the best location highway wise.
Except that's it's right by two pretty busy 2-3 lane divided roads with lights but 55mph speed in/out of Philly. 38 and 70.
Both roads are funneling to many affluent zip codes. So would make sense from that perspective.
Downtown Philly is about a 10-12 minute drive from this location.
But overall it's a VERY busy area, with many dozen shopping and eating options within a half mile radius.
Hot take: there are all manner of condos, townhome developments, etc nearby (like on the site of the Pensauken Mart and across the street) and having a supercharger in the are makes it easier for this without dedicated home charging. It isn't downtown living exactly, but not all single homes with garages either.