Premium was $5.09 in Dana Point today. Maybe Stellantis USA can rethink bringing the NEW, 500e over….My 500e broke 50k miles last month while providing operating energy costs under 4 cents a mile when I plug in at home which is 95 percent of the time. I treat "Buzz" like my cell phone, plug it in at night and when I wake, it's charged and ready to go.
My 4 wheeled iPhone.
No doubt, the 'Fix It Again' will be falling over themselves with this announcement, because nobody checks how many recalls Toyota has yearly. I haven't had a single recall on my 2017 Abarth. A few problems, but no recalls. The 'e' version should be very reliable. And yes, you can't drive 100 meters in Italy (and a fair amount of Europe) without seeing a 500 of some ilk. Stellantis just has to accept that the numbers won't be Tesla numbers. On a daily drive in SoCal, I still see far more 500's than I see Geo's.
How's the milage/range on it now? My 2015 has less than 70,000 on it, but the range has dropped quite a bit... Plus now, it's actually losing charge after sitting in the driveway for a couple of days... We're pretty upset that car will have be just thrown away, as the rest of it still looks brand new... It has been nothing but trouble free, but there doesn't seem to be a financially viable way to replace the battery...😡George,
Responding to your November 2022 post. Your car and my car (also a 2015 E) are just about neck and neck at almost 100,000 miles. Happy to report I’ve had exactly ZERO problems. Zero. Nada. Nothing. I’ve had it since 19K miles and October 2018.