Taking delivery on Saturday PM while I’m on call, just want to know if I plan using it that day if it arrives charged or if I have to plan to charge it that day when they deliver the car to my door?
Mine was about 70% charged but I opted to come to the delivery center to pick up. That way if I found anything such as flecks in clear coat that needed attention they could take care of it before I took possession.
I didn't know what you meant by LOC until I read your posting. Most people say SOC.
I remember "hearing" that they target 50% but that requesting higher is usually successful.
I didn't have a way to charge my Model 3 when I picked it up at the SC and knew I wouldn't have a way to charge at my apt garage for a few weeks, so I called my service adviser a few days before and asked him to call the SC and request that they charge it to over 90% for me. When I picked it up, it was charged to 94%, which was very helpful.
Also, I asked them to make sure the software was current (2019.5.15 at that time). You may want to try to have it updated to at least 8.3 or 8.5.
I thought you passed out... LOC= Loss Of Consciousness.
I LOC when I got my delivery date
When I picked mine up it was around 70% SOC, they let me take it to a Supercharger and top it up on their tab.
Picked mine up two weeks ago, at 80%.
Had home delivery SOC that was just above 20%, but that was in October 2018 during the push to beat the $7,500 tax credit end of year deadline. Hopefully not an issue today.
Mstoer, just curious, how did they apply it to their tab?
Mine was odd then. Delivered back in late September with 7 miles on it at ~30% charge.
I'm pretty impressed they got an M3 to you in AK and only had to put 7 miles on it. Less impressed with them giving it to you with 30%! We had 5 miles and 80% when we picked ours up in Tempe last August.
@lbowroom They did not register the vehicle as delivered until a few hours later (they can track the vehicle location), which gave me time to get to the super charger (about 45 min away) and top up.
@john. To AK is a fairly easy transport from the west coast. The car went CA to Seattle on a truck than Seattle to Anchorage on a barge and I picked it up at the port.
However it did sit in Seattle for almost 3 weeks, after I sent them full payment, while they lied and said it was on a truck through Canada, which never happens for things shipped to AK, at one point 2 weeks after I paid they said it was almost too Anchorage which really ment still sitting at the Seattle dealer...