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Grillpan
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Re: A positive post!

Post by Grillpan » Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:30 am

Yes. Apart from BSOD (which everyone seemed to experience earlier this year), I have had no problems. Absolutely love this car. The best so far and this is after 13 years of owning numerous high performance German cars.

StuEvs. Delighted you’re enjoying your I-Pace. It really is an outstanding car that happens to be electric. If Jaguar can achieve this on their first attempt, the future models should be superb!
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NigelC
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Re: A positive post!

Post by NigelC » Sun Dec 01, 2019 9:22 pm

Quite agree Stu !

The only issues I’ve ever had so far have related to the infotainment and Sat Nav, and I believe this this is due to user error!

My I-Pace is absolutely brilliant to drive and never fails to entertain.

2,000 happy miles since 16th September. Dealer was great too!

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Slowpoke
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Re: A positive post!

Post by Slowpoke » Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:18 am

BillCB wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 10:29 pm
Good to hear I'm not alone. I have had zero problems with my 2019 in the nearly 10,000 kms I've driven it since April. I am looking forward to the rumoured software enhancement to increase range a bit. I live 300 kms from Toronto where I go once a month or so, which means no en route charging (just destination charging) but with truly cold weather now on the horizon, I could use an extra 20-30 kms to be safe.
The Milton Petro Canada is amazing. 200kw and free. Takes you slightly out of your way but would shorten the home leg enough that you could drive with impunity.


Slowpoke
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Re: A positive post!

Post by Slowpoke » Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:24 am

Loving mine. Minor imperfections: squelching during final braking, creak from pano roof.. all fixable. Trust it enough to head out on a 2800km trip from Toronto to northern Wisconsin in two weeks. Will be an average of -10C.


SammyD
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Re: A positive post!

Post by SammyD » Mon Dec 02, 2019 6:58 am

Slowpoke wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:24 am
Loving mine. Minor imperfections: squelching during final braking, creak from pano roof.. all fixable. Trust it enough to head out on a 2800km trip from Toronto to northern Wisconsin in two weeks. Will be an average of -10C.
I hope the trip goes well for what a lot of other EV drivers call a 'City Car'. It isn't as many of us know and can testify.
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malcolm
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Re: A positive post!

Post by malcolm » Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:51 pm

Well done StuEVs
I must admit to thinking of starting a similar post myself
It is much too easy to put finger to keyboard to rant about problems than to wax lyrical about the merits, but I do think that a lot of posts have been started by people with problems(negative) that are asking for solutions which has been of huge help to the majority(positive). And as Scm pointed out most end their piece by saying how much they enjoy the car.
For my part, I love my I-pace
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Slowpoke
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Re: A positive post!

Post by Slowpoke » Mon Dec 02, 2019 6:30 pm

SammyD wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 6:58 am
Slowpoke wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:24 am
Loving mine. Minor imperfections: squelching during final braking, creak from pano roof.. all fixable. Trust it enough to head out on a 2800km trip from Toronto to northern Wisconsin in two weeks. Will be an average of -10C.
I hope the trip goes well for what a lot of other EV drivers call a 'City Car'. It isn't as many of us know and can testify.
Thanks! I'll probably do a Twitter blog about it so anyone who wants to check in can. I imagine our climate in Canada and the northern US is harsher than what most of the members here experience. It may provide some useful information.


ardevd
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Re: A positive post!

Post by ardevd » Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:46 pm

May I just add how ridiculously good this car is when driven in winter conditions? I had the car in AdSR and activated low friction launch and I got up an icy hill without any drama. 3-4 other cars were spinning around and one slammed into a wall behind me trying to replicate my effortless approach.

Impressive stuff.
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outbackgary
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Re: A positive post!

Post by outbackgary » Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:30 pm

Greetings from Australia. 020 model HSE with 6000 kilometres. No problems in 4 months of ownership. The last car was a Macan S which was a great drive. The I-pace is better.

I only hope that JLR puts in place an ongoing improvement program through software in the areas of battery range and performance instead of saving for the next model year.


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malakai
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Re: A positive post!

Post by malakai » Tue Dec 03, 2019 11:18 pm

ardevd wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:46 pm
May I just add how ridiculously good this car is when driven in winter conditions?
May I second that? The winter road performance is amazing. :D
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