· 370,000 miles
I can understand getting me to pay more to buy better performance or functionality. I just don't like them forcing me to rent it. If I buy the car, it's supposed to be my car, right?I'll play Devil's Advocate......when you purchase a Dodge Charger GT, you get a 3.6L pushing 300 hp......you purchase a Dodge Charger RT, you pay more, but get more hp. When you purchase a Dodge Charger Scat Pack etc.........you get the idea. This is roughly the same thing except you're paying for software upgrades instead of hardware upgrades. Unfortunately in the EV world, this will probably be the new norm for performance upgrades.....