Renault Megane E-tech: the first malfunctions already

It was hardly said that Renault Megane E-Tech Electric is affected by a special handicap problem because it is related to the air conditioning.

Renault Megane E-Tech Electric has been on the market for only a few months, and it has already been a huge success. And for good reason, the electric crossover is already part of the rating of the 100 best-selling models in France since the beginning of the year, although it was marketed a little later. A true success story of agreement triggered electric, which however differs very clearly from the older generation with its more modern lines and completely different location. Not to mention of course its connected engine, while it no longer offers a single thermal alternative in its range. However, if it really attracts many customers, then unfortunately it is not without small flaws, or even more serious problems.

Air conditioning failure

In fact, some owners have already paid for the small whim of the French. Over the past few days, several customer testimonials have appeared on the net. The least we can say is that they are not very happy. In fact, the latter claims that their car is having trouble supporting fast charging. Then various problems occur, such as the sudden shutdown of the latter and displaying messages such as “Battery traction abnormal” or “It is impossible to charge the DC battery”. But that’s not all, because in some cases the air conditioning also stops. Embarrassing when we’re in the middle of a heat wave…

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Renault took matters into their own hands

While this issue appears to affect many customers, it does not actually affect all cars. In fact, according to testimonials, only variants not equipped with heat pump You may be concerned, when the temperature outside as well as for the battery is too high. What especially happens during a long trip, like leaving on vacation. Fortunately, Renault took charge and they fixed the problem. To fix it, a remote update will be offered to customers over the next few weeks. Meanwhile, the Diamond brand has sent out an information note to concerned motorists, in order to give them a temporary solution while they wait for an update.

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