As shown: "Mad Max" interior trim level with exposed wires and dash mats...
Don't forget the home-made grenade disguised as a Coke bottle to take out the road gangs, lol.As shown: "Mad Max" interior trim level with exposed wires and dash mats...
Perfect spot. Defensive driving basics: backing into a parking spot is safer. Charging port at the rear means less accidents and less deaths.Nice looking but charge port in the wrong spot for me
In my garage the cord would block access to the garage door or I'd have to back in meaning walking all the way around the front and side of the car to get in the house. As it stands now, I get out, and the house door is oppositre the driver door and the charge station to the right. Very convenient.Perfect spot. Defensive driving basics: backing into a parking spot is safer. Charging port at the rear means less accidents and less deaths.
Well with those forest fires killing the air quality in the Northeast US, Trudeau should give us the same incentive as fellow Quebec residents, lol. Online chatter seems to indicate that the dual-motor variant might be somewhere around $50,000 USD. That will be a $16,000 increase. Given that this model seems spartan I don't see the justification for the additional amount. And not being manufactured in one of the NAFTA/USMCA areas might make it unattractive for some buyers. Other than the Equinox, I still think the Fisker PEAR might be the better value.Starting at $35K in the US. Hopefully, they'll pass along the IRA credit if you lease. While more expensive than a Bolt EUV, it will be in many ways superior.
In Canada, pricing is not announced, but full subsidies should apply. This will be very popular in Quebec!
Probably not the right primary vehicle for our family (headroom and legroom not sufficient in rear seat for tall teens), but I like that Geely is aggressively pricing their car and trying to better serve those that want compact cars. I wish them well and hope it will be a winner not just in China and Europe, but in North America too.
Dealerships are also privately owned which means they might have a mind of their own. Fisker is supported by two very large companies so they are just as safe as Geely.When shopping for our 2nd EV in a few years, the Pear, Mini Aceman and EX30 could all be on my list. I like the Pear so far (have a deposit on one), but Volvo has a better chance of not being bankrupt in the next few years and there will be more places to service the cars.
I hope you're right.Dealerships are also privately owned which means they might have a mind of their own. Fisker is supported by two very large companies so they are just as safe as Geely.