/ Battery based vehicles of today and tomorrow pt 2 #1
- Feb 19, 2018
- Red Feather Lakes, CO
- Kubota L6060, KX040-4, M7060, X1100C, M62(S)
I disagree. It’s about readers getting both sides of something. Always best to be well informed…that means getting opposing facts and opinions. Thats what discussion is all about. I welcome @oosik’s statement because it tells me where some people might be with regards to adoption. Personally I am right with him. I would not even consider an EV unless it’s can at least perform as well as gas/diesel. However…750 mi gets it MUCH closer than 300.I wonder why people feel compelled to post why they won't buy something, when it's obvious the thread is about said product. For instance there's a thread about snow blowers, i didn't hop on their thread and post, 'i'd never get one of those' which is probably true, because i don't have anyplace i could use it, nor get enough snow too.
That is a Tesla but is not Tesla. A 3rd party is bucking for investment capital. Am not convinced they have a long life battery. Long range is readily available today if one doesn’t mind routine battery replacement.