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Tesla Model 3 Survey: Vehicle 4

Date Odometer Standard
Rated Range
Range Mode
Rated Range
Drive Unit
May 01 2018 12:21 PM PDT 2,393 mi 250 mi (80%) 314 mi 2,000 mi 245 Wh/mi Alameda, CA
May 01 2018 01:29 PM PDT 2,395 mi 250 mi (80%) 314 mi 2,395 mi 247 Wh/mi Alameda, CA
Oct 08 2019 10:52 AM PDT 36,229 mi 256 mi (80%) 322 mi 36,229 mi 246 Wh/mi Alameda, CA
Mar 03 2020 11:31 AM PST 45,796 mi 264 mi (85%) 310 mi 940 mi 240 Wh/mi Alameda, CA

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Report Details

Submitted: March 3, 2020, 11:31 AM PST

Location Alameda, CA CA
Survey Vehicle ID 4 (4 reports)
Model Model 3 Long Range
Model Year 2018
Assembled 03/2018
Firmware Version 2020.4.1
Wheel Size 19
Onboard Charger 11.5 kW
Date Acquired 03/25/2018
Acquired New
Odometer at Delivery  10 mi
Ownership Status Own
Drivetrain Repairs
Odometer  45,796 mi
Typical Charge 264 rated mi
Typical Charge Target 85%
Range Mode Charge 310 rated mi
Battery Swapped No
Charger Replaced No
Drive Unit Replaced No
Charge Rate 122V/12A
Standard Mode Charge Frequency A few times per week
Range Mode Charge Frequency A few times per year
Superchargers Within Driving Range Yes
Supercharge Frequency A few times per month
Maximum Supercharger Charge Rate 135 kW
Use Type Daily driver, year-round
Driving Frequency Most days of the week
Typical Trip Distance 5 mi
Portion of miles driven on highways and freeways 75%
Typical Freeway Speed 73 mi/hour
Battery Drained 0
Energy Use
Trip Meter Distance  940 mi
Trip Meter Energy n/a
Trip Meter Energy Efficiency 240 Wh/mi
Tesla Motors Club Username Randy Spencer
\\ My maximum Supercharger charge rate is 225kW so far, why do you limit it to 135kW?? // I changed to charging at home via 120v so I could control it with a smart plug. It takes longer to charge, but it now charges ONLY when the solar panels are producing. If I NEEDED to charge faster/overnight I still have the 240v plug. I cannot remember the last time I used it. I did get a CHAdeMO adapter for the car since my last update, my local power company (AMP) started providing free charging at their main office via CCS/CHAdeMO, so I am able to take advantage. Plus on road trips, I can charge at more places than just Superchargers/Destination or J1772 chargers. It may take a while to pay it off in free power since it costs $450

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