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- Jun 24, 2020
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Hey, one question: if your car is fully charged, does your regen (1 pedal driving) seem limited? On my Model Y, every morning after charging it (or when the battery is cold), my regen is always diminished, so 1 pedal driving isn’t as drastic. I have to use the brakes a lot more than what I would like. Wondering if it was the same on the MME.The Mach-E is obviously quite a bit quicker, especially off the line. It also feels much heavier and planted.
1-pedal on the Mach-E is also much more aggressive, in a good way. I find it easier to modulate the accelerator pedal to come a full stop, even on declines. In my i3 I usually have to use the brake pedal on a decline.
My partner drove the i3 again yesterday and even made the comment that he preferred 1-pedal on the Mach-E.
I still love my i3 though, it's my commuter car and does a very good job at it!
Probably not for the one time occurrence. If it happens again I'll let my dealer know, but I'm fairly confident it was activated through the app, so I more so hope that Ford is listening and will make changes accordingly, we'll see.
While that has happened once already as well, my dog definitely wasn't in the garage, and we haven't had signs of any other critters in the house in years. The keyfob was well away from the Mach-E, so even if something ran under the rear, it shouldn't have opened or unlocked. Like above, I'm still leaning towards the FordPass app as the culprit.