Brad - I took delivery of an SE trim level with my specific customizations at the end of December. The infotainment system is the only issue I had, but after week number 4 when I did the reset, the car has been trouble free. Jaguar doesn't have the best reputation for build quality, but they do work to make things right for those who have had significant problems. Make sure you are happy with the dealer as that will make a huge difference if you happen to get one that needs mechanical repairs or changes of electronics.Thank you Curtis,
I am getting pretty concerned about the car that I have not yet taken delivery of. There seems to be a lot of issues including guys that have had their cars in the shop for months. How happy are you guys with this car? I was not expecting so many problems on such a small number of cars sold.
Please advise, Brad
In terms of the EVSE - You won't need to future proof unless you are getting another EV in the next few years that has an onboard charger that can go above 7.7Kw on a 240V circuit. You won't get better performance from a 40 amp vs a 32 amp as they will both top out at 7.7kw. Look for the features you think you need, especially if you have electric rate plans that discount your cost after hours. Juicebox and Chargepoint users have some tips on how to get close to time of day start and stop to take advantage of the rates. I'm in a flat rate area, so I purchased a simple portable Mustart that will plug into a 14-50 outlet. It is not wifi enabled, etc. However you cannot track all the details about charge rate, etc. that you can with the smarter EVSEs. For me, I was just looking for fewer points of failure since time of day rate changes were not an issue.
Good luck with you car and look for tips on this forum. They are scattered about, but there are some really good tips for taking initial delivery.