I've owned my Model S for 1 year as of this week. I bought new, first owner. Let me start by saying "touchwood". I don't know why some people keep taking their cars to the service center. Mine has been zero issues, zero creaks, leaks, etc. The loaner sucked (even though it was a Tesla, it wasn't my Tesla). I'm 1 year into my 4 year warranty, and cannot think of any reason to take advantage of their excellent service. I mean .. the car touchwood .. is absolutely perfect. After one year of ownership, I can think of only two downsides of this car, 1. EV charging is nearly not as convenient as filling gas. Of course, I am more than willing to overlook this as a "shortcoming" for all the benefit that comes out of it. And I realize things won't change overnight, so I'm willing to put up with this for a better tomorrow. 2. Tesla high repair costs - thankfully haven't had to deal with this, but damn Tesla, ju gotta fix this artificial issue. Repair costs need not be so absurd and the waits need not be so long. This is a huge downside. Same goes for the $900 maint. and highly overpriced accessories. I mean yeah you need to make profit, but don't do the selling coca cola for $9 in a stadium to a captive audience thing. It stinks. Sure the media/maps could be better. But damn, what an awesome car. I love mine, and Autopilot totally rocks. Okay I've had one minor issue, one morning it said "press brake after systems are powered up" (or something like that). I waited 2 min, got impatient and hit brakes. Car did move to "D" and I could drive. But the mirrors didn't fold out. Once I restarted the car, everything came back to normal. Meh! Looks like Tesla hired an ex-windows programmer. But overall, quite happy, and hoping for better repair/maint. costs story in the long run.