Originally Posted by pauledg
What news of your Zoe, Umberto?[...] Let's have sme feedback!
Sure, I still love it. Have been driven some 1700 kms so far.
Noise is not present, brilliant feeling. Acceleration from standstill is like driving a sports car. I charge at home with an 11 kW Wallbox, takes max. 3 h from empty to full, most chargings take 2h. No problem so far. Charging losses are around 20% (for every 10 kWh charged 2 kWh are lost in the system).
The only thing not yet finished is the r-link system. While being rich in features ands functions the software isn't as stable as it could be. Lots of arbitrary problems concerning not continuing with the last played MP3, weird resets and so on. Most problems occur in the first minutes when the system is coming up. When on road I had no problems so far. Navigation works fine. Maybe an update will fix this.
A lot of people complain about reflection of the dashboard in the windscreen. It's surely not optimal but not so distracting for me (I'm 1.90m tall, my wife is smaller, she's much more distracted).
Arkanys sound system is very good.
Anxiety due to Range? :-)
Not at all. In July, August and September I had a stable 150 km with lots of city driving (mostly short takes of 4-6 km) - now, when it's cooler, I'm down to 130 km.
Rural roads are the best for long range, some 13 kWh/100 km which makes close to 200 km range. Highway driving pulls out the energy. 100 km/h or more makes the e-machine inefficient, so range drops quickly. But that's something I don't need for longer distances. I took a 45 km drive from 450m MSL to 100 m MSL on the highway with 100-120 km/h and returned (90 km) with 33% SoC. That's ok for me.
If you can afford it and it fits your daily driving needs concerning the range, just do it.
If you need more klilometers....think about moving closer and then get a Zoe. :-)