Before I make up my mind, I prefer to:
Wait for the reviews as to drivability, handling and acceleration;
Drive the car myself
Then do back to back drives of the Model Y, VW ID4 and if it out by then, the Audi Q4 etron
I have been following the Audi Q4: It is built on the same platform as...
I guess you have a very, very special Volt that does not depreciate!
Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt Among Top 10 Cars With Highest Depreciation
"In fact, the LEAF sits at the top of the list with an average five-year depreciation of 71.7 percent. The Chevrolet Volt isn't far behind, as it places...
You are correct. My error. I apologize.
As trutolife27 is on this thread, hopefully he will post the link to the tests he was referencing.
From the Ford web site AWD LR 270 Miles
From the Tesla web site Model Y 326 miles
I agree interesting to see how they compare in real driving...
I was talking about a back to back comparison range test with the Model Y.
Comparing Ford UK projections of the MME to a test in Germany of the Model Y is like comparing apples to oranges.
I think we would all like a link to what you referenced - test where the range of the MME was greater...
Link to the European test you reference please.
I think we would all like to see it as well.
I think journalist have already had a chance to drive the MME but are prohibited from publishing results until December.
If they are as good as you suggest why not release them now - Demos will be in...
Yes and No:
If you are on cruse control you also have lane centering:
I already have this on my 2018 Edge Sport: though technically not "hands free" in reality for short periods of time, up to 30 seconds, it is: while in adaptive cruise control you can take your hands off the wheel, reach...
If you say so.
Never had any interest and know very little about the Volt except the resale value on trade in or sale to private owner is abysmal.
The Volt depreciates quite rapidly so it is a car I would never buy or own.
See my post #275 for the monthly payment of the MME Select SR RWD: $567 a month;:
Sales tax: In NY sales tax is on the MSRP, including destination charges before any rebate. The exception is when you trade in your car. The trade in value reduces the cost basis upon which the sales tax is...
Thanks so much:
I thought you were referring to a $1,000 credit from Ford - not a general state credit for EV's.
Every state credit is different in amount and phase out threshold: NY, where I live, above $60,000 MSRP not including destination charges, drops to $500; In NJ, from postings, I...
I do not disagree with you: In all my prior posts I always compare the Model Y to the Premium AWD LR.
However, on price alone, which seems to be the key criteria for MLuu510, I used the cheapest MME vs. the Model Y.
On a lease any version of the MME other than the Select SR RWD, will be more...
The base RWD is $43,995 less $7,500, $36,495 vs. the Model Y at $51,100.
That $14,000 difference is nothing to sneeze at.
But here is the interesting thing:
The lease on the Model Y for three years is $633 with sales tax rate of 8.625%, (my sales tax rate) total $688 a month.
The Ford option...