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EVan our eNV200 has hit 100,000 miles today . It has surpassed our expectations for reliability and resilience. It is still on the original brake pads/shoes and the only things we have replaced are the wiper blades! Maybe a few tyres. The only thing that has worn is the drivers seat. Hats off to @NissanGB for building such good vehicles.

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Sounds promising.
Done any quick charging on this one?
Maybe a few:whistle:. Rapid charged multiple times every day. Probably over 1,500 times now.
 

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Supports my suspicions about the battery management on the e-NV200 being one of the better ones out there. Only the Ioniq has charged at a higher rate than the e-NV200 mustered when I did my 450 mile testrun at about 2°C. The charging speed of the Leaf was below 35 kW while the Ioniq managed 46 kW and the e-NV200 was about 44 kW. The e-NV200 was the only car with an even mid-scale battery temperature during the entire testing period. The others fluctuated quite a lot.
 

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Thats brilliant. With your own rapid I imagine boiling the kettle for a cup of tea while the rapids going is out of the question though.
 

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Thats brilliant. With your own rapid I imagine boiling the kettle for a cup of tea while the rapids going is out of the question though.
Luckily they are on dedicated supplies.
 

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Wow This is Fantastic to see.

I did wonder what the life expectancy of this new technology would be.

Is the the most miles ever on an ENV200????????
 
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