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 Post subject: Bye bye PHEV
PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 2:40 am 
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As some of you know my PHEV was supposed to receive a new drive battery under warranty. Warranty replacement was granted on January 25th. But on March 20th the battery hadn't even shipped from Japan. After waiting for more than two months and with at least two more months of waiting ahead of me, I have decided to cut my losses and sell my PHEV on April 4th with the old battery still in there.

The new owner said he was confident he would still receive the new battery (some day) and was willing to take the risk. But I had to take of another 1000,- of my selling price. Rather than hanging on to three cars for an indefinite period of time, I decided to to go with his proposal.

So, since April 4th, my drive way is finally PURE EV (1 x Opel Ampera E + 1 x Tesla Model 3 LR AWD). Happy camper again. But at the same time, this is kind of a good bye. I may be visiting this forum once in a while, I may be not.

Enjoy your cars! Bye bye.


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 Post subject: Re: Bye bye PHEV
PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:51 am 
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Sorry to hear that, anko, but many thanks for all you've contributed to the forum over the years. Really appreciated your input. Will you be contributing to the Model 3 forum?? I'm currently thinking I might hold out with my PHEV till the Model Y arrives over here.....2021 maybe!!

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 Post subject: Re: Bye bye PHEV
PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 9:34 am 
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jdsx wrote:
Sorry to hear that, anko, but many thanks for all you've contributed to the forum over the years. Really appreciated your input. Will you be contributing to the Model 3 forum?? I'm currently thinking I might hold out with my PHEV till the Model Y arrives over here.....2021 maybe!!
Thanks for your kind words.

I have been dropping a few posts on my adventures of getting a hitch installed on my Model 3 (https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/threads ... ka.141448/). Imported a hitch from the US myself and installed it with a co-worker last weekend. But unfortunately, these posts are all in Dutch.

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