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  1. WasserGKuehlt

    $1,000 yearly EV registration fee?

    I was going to leave this thread alone but, as I drove home tonight on 520E, I noticed they laid the rails on the last section towards Redmond. The rail into Bellevue has been laid a long time ago, and various intermediary stops along the route seemed to have been completed as well - the...
  2. WasserGKuehlt

    Tires: All Season/Winter vs. Summer/Winter

    I'm very impressed with the combination of the heavy 4CT and the Conti all-seasons. Over the past couple of months, I drove on every form of 'winter' surface: slush, fresh, packed, cold bare asphalt (well below freezing), black or blue/clear ice (in resort parking lots), both up and down steep...
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    Porsche says “significant price increases” coming middle of this year

    Just in case you may not have kept an eye on Taycan news in particular, the factory has been plagued by shortages on 12v batteries, Bose equipment, drivers to ferry cars around in ports and so on (ie "supply chain" issues by definition). And each new (model) year seems to bring up a new defect...
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    Another successful PnC trip but oddity re ChargePoint destination charger

    We have a bunch of these at work, strewn across the campus. They do show up on the CP map, but aren't directly useable - the user account indeed has to be authorized by the company. The onboarding process is asynchronous/manual, and I would expect the same for similar installations (where the...
  5. WasserGKuehlt

    Taycan price increased.

    The model selection page lists the old prices. As you start building a specific model, watch the running total - that one is accurate. Also, as it’s been pointed out earlier, Burmester is now included by default in the Premium package at 7k, and can’t be de-selected until further down in the...
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    Taycan price increased.

    This - PEC delivery a whopping 500 -> 2000 raise. I guess that's one way to reduce congestion at the 917 restaurant 🤣
  7. WasserGKuehlt

    Turismo Tailgate Catches on roof when opening!

    Well, it’s not a Tesla.. (sorry, saw the shot)
  8. WasserGKuehlt

    Turismo Tailgate Catches on roof when opening!

    Can you post a picture? I wonder if the spoiler is out of place, otherwise I don’t see how the hatch itself would be so badly misaligned and still closing.
  9. WasserGKuehlt

    Cross Turismo Roof Bars Pictures?

    Mine’s the Wedge 660, and it has enough travel for the feet to not interfere with the hatch opening at max height. I don’t see it through the windshield either - this longroof is pretty long. 😁 Lmk if you’d like more info or pics - either here or via DM.
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    Baseline for HV Battery SoH Performance

    More than half were via EA or paid with a credit card. I’ve had exactly 5 successful PnC charges.
  11. WasserGKuehlt

    Baseline for HV Battery SoH Performance

    1) unknown 2) 95.5% 3) 5100 mi 4) unknown 5) 11/2022 Location: cool (Seattle-ish). In the 10 weeks I've had the car, only a handful of the 126 trips were above 10*C. # times charged to 100%: quite a few times, 10-12? About once a week, prior to going up in the mountains. All but one of these...
  12. WasserGKuehlt

    Dirty work with a Cross Turismo

    Um, you win. Was going to ask if you didn’t get toxic fumes in the cabin driving with the hatch partially open.. but nvm.
  13. WasserGKuehlt

    $1,000 yearly EV registration fee?

    I'm mostly with you - I wouldn't mind paying a road tax, whether it's fixed or by some weight-weighted (:)), equitable (?) formula. Presumably the incessant heavy construction traffic also pays its fair share, as do the utilities who keep carving up roads and leaving behind half-assed repairs...
  14. WasserGKuehlt

    $1,000 yearly EV registration fee?

    No contest with 90+% of your post, but you should clarify that the exorbitant registration fee in your case is address-specific, and not state-wide. The Regional Transit Authority is collecting this excise tax in urban areas of the counties within the Sound Transit District. There are no...
  15. WasserGKuehlt

    Accessing use data

    If you're absolutely certain there is a mileage discrepancy, perhaps they put the car in private mode. In principle even those miles would have posted to the log of your car, but at the same time the log you see is what your account is entitled to, and I can see the case of a 'private mode' trip...
  16. WasserGKuehlt

    General profile v timer

    It seems to be working correctly? You’re at 70% currently (over the profile’s min of 25), and there’s loads of time to reach 85 by your designated -departure- time. A timer is a countdown clock (“ready by this time”). Also, try searching - lots of threads on this topic.
  17. WasserGKuehlt

    Why a large delay of delivery does not interest me

    In the same principle, many members here tried to help those complaining in understanding that there have been delays before, that they are committing logical fallacies and so on. For instance, the fact that waiting is unacceptable at the 160k price point: at what point, exactly, does that...
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    Why a large delay of delivery does not interest me

    It’s been said many times, but apparently it’s not sinking in: delays aren’t specific to a model year. Cancel and order anew away, just know the likelihood of delays on new orders is the same. If your point is there shouldn’t be delays - yes, ack, loud and clear, absolutely. But suck it up or...
  19. WasserGKuehlt

    General profile v timer

    I like/second @W1NGE suggestion for 2 profiles, as I suspect OP found a bug in their scheduling logic. It wouldn’t have been a stretch for Porsche to assume the intent of 8pm to (next day) 5pm if the end time is lower than start time, but ok.. Still, this should work even with a ‘reversed’...
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