So I just dropped off my new inventory 100D at the local SC to get some work done (roof alignment and detailing) and picked up a loaner 2018 75D loaner Enterprise rental. The loaner has 20k miles and I felt a pretty noticeable difference in the way the car handles compared to my brand new 100D w/ less than 1k miles, but that was to be expected. For a lack of better words, the car felt a bit softer or worn-in (and a tad more sluggish) in the way the car drives and breaks, however, what surprised me the most was the difference I felt in the amount of regenerative braking or lack thereof on the loaner. This made me wonder if the regen strength weakens over time because the car is pretty much identical to my car, minus the smaller battery pack, or if it's all just in my head (most likely the case). I went to a supercharger right after picking it up and made sure the regen and acceleration settings were set to standard and the handling set to sport but found myself using the breaks more than I would in my car after charging the loaner to 160 miles and driving in near perfect weather. No real questions or complaints here but I wanted to share my thoughts after realizing that my new car will not drive (nor smell) like a new car forever. Don't get me wrong, the loaner 75D still drives great, but it was a reality check that the grass will always be greener on the other side. As I was leaving, I saw a Model Y in the showroom which was originally going to be our first Tesla, but we ended up going with a MS new inventory. No regrets, but I definitely gave it a real good look before walking out to my loaner. I digress.