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BS article or not?
A Tesla owner claimed he is locked out of his $140,000 vehicle after the battery died, and that the electric automaker told him a replacement would cost $26,000.
His 12v battery died, thats why his doors won't open... He also has a separate issue with his HV battery that would cost him 26k to replace. So in a way the headline is making it seem like hes locked out of his car because of the main battery which is false. This is a clickbait article that you fell for.
I used to get nervous when gas stations were a hundred miles apart. I had a 2.25 gallon tank and got about 50 mpg
True, but that bike IMO that's just a step above an ebike, so you're not even thinking about anything but super short trips and the rare joy ride, with other eHarleys. I just looked at it on their site and they're saying 146 city/95 highway which I think is fine for who would be buying these, considering it's not the market that's gonna go cruise. I would imagine it might be a few efans that get them because it's all they can afford and others they're going to already own 2 or 3 other vehicles and this is eye candy in the garage besides the occasional trip to the bar.
These bikes look like they're much more luxury than practical, which is fine and to each their own. I'd love to not worry about practicality and just buy what I think looks cool. In that case I'd totally go out and buy an electric hummer truck and Rivian for me and my wife. I'm not there financially unless I like Bankruptcy and I'd much rather have earth moving equipment than those EVs.
Wife and I always meant to go stay there at least once - never did though. I heard later that it was somewhat run down.