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To get around years-long waits, having deposits on multiple vehicles is the only way. Assuming many of you reading this already have deposits on other vehicles, what are they?
Don't feel too bad - I reserved a RAM based on the awesome concept and then was a little disappointed to see the actual model looks just like the current gas truck...Chevy Silverado EV. Took it out in the hopes I could get a WT for my mother - but it looks like it's fleet-only, so I've been meaning to cancel the reservation. I had also wanted to reserve a Ram 1500 EV but missed the window. ... I am also throwing around the idea of reserving a PEAR, but our Leaf Plus ought to have lots of life left in it next year, I tend to buy used, and the Ocean would likely take up the bulk of our daily driving.
2 very dissimilar vehicles. One seats 7 and has a shit-tonne of cargo room, the other is a zippy performer with compact/mid SUV dimensions/capacity and boasts great range with a “fun” element to it.Started the purchase process for our R1S on Saturday. Not sure when it's supposed to arrive yet as they haven't opened the delivery step and haven't heard from my guide yet on it. Could be soon or could be up to 8 weeks.
Still looking forward to the Ocean One delivery but it'll be interesting trying to decide which to keep long term.
0-60 somewhere between 3 and 4 seconds.Depends on what your daily needs are, I guess.
Haha, well both would fit. This explains why you didn’t put a deposit down on a Kia or Vin-Slow or ID-4😂0-60 somewhere between 3 and 4 seconds.
Official EV9 reveal is today...so far so good IMO!and possibly Kia EV9 once details are released. I am still interested in Fisker and hope they succeed but cancelled our ocean sport and ultra reservations.