I guess you'll find out, but it sounds like a manufacturing defect to me. Maybe there's a problem with the charger or battery pack.UmarR48629 wrote: ↑Aug 6th, 2018 11:42 amI left Montreal with a full charge. Got to Ikea Ottawa for a quick charge to 92%. Then camped for 3 days, and drove very minimally there. Left campsite on Sunday with 40% charge. Got back to Ikea with 19% charge. Quick charge didn't work. Turtle mode activated, epedal disabled, speed reduced. Error message states 'EV service system, power has been reduced'. I then thought the evse system at Ikea was acting up as per several negative reviews so I went to another charging location in Napean. Quick charge failed. Level 2 charging worked but I couldn't stay till midnight to finish charging.
Battery temp was normal when I had gone to Ikea. I had only driven it for 30-40 min to get there. I don't see why it would be a #rapidgate issue because there was 3 days between the the first quick charge and the second attempt...
Unfortunately, problem can arise with any car. My parents had a Hyundai that had one problem after another. It was in the shop so much everyone in the shop knew my dad by his first name. He'll never buy another Hyundai again.
I'm sorry you had to go through all that. I have a kid too and that would be a terrible situation. I really hope they get the problem figured out and it's the last of your problems. I'd probably stick with city driving too until the car regained my trust.