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19 I-pace HSE Polaris/Fuji white with most options and a lot of accessories
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Based on 2018-2020 prior to fixes, yes, but not so much now.
Agreed to a point, but ARE the facts correct? The headline states "most unreliable", but what about the I-Pace's charging is UNRELIABLE? We all know it is slower than many of the other EV's. Indeed, the benchmarks published by JLR confirm this - thus the car is actually very reliable (it does what it is supposed to do).It's a classic example of mixing facts with interpretive BS. I don't disagree with the facts: There are charging issues (shared with most non-Tesla EVs) and there are reliability issues.
To support your hypothesis, how many of us looked at consumer reports before buying the i-Pace?Consumer Reports does a nice job reviewing most things, but their car reviews, imho, tend to favor reliability and safety about all else. They will highly recommend a Toyota Camry, sort of assuming everyone wants a car that will never break as their only criteria. Of course, there are lots of highly personal independent reasons a person wants to own a particular car, and some tradeoffs are often made. For sure the I Pace is not reliable vs. a Honda Accord or Camry, but I'll take the I Pace even with its problems all day long.
Marketing ....Source 10 Most Unreliable Electric Cars That Won't Save You Money (msn.com)
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Who agrees with this?