So, this week, my Model S turns 3 years old. So, how is life after 88K miles behind the wheel--in short, life if good: Battery, Charging and Range Original 85kWh battery pack, rev B IIRC Charging to 100% = 249 rated miles and it has been stable there for a while (more than a year). This represents 6% loss from new. TBH, I do not miss the 6% and have really stopped worrying about range a long time ago. These days I have my IC set to show %SoC as I find that more useful. I charge to 90% every day on an 80A HPWC. I Supercharge on average, twice per week Waiting for Superchargers still not an issue--waiting for more than 10 min is a rare occurrence. Repairs & Maintenance Drivers map light @ ~1 month, fixed under warranty (they replaced all the map lights) Drive unit: once for the droning noise @ ~six months, fixed under warranty Driver's seat wiring harness: @ ~12 months, fixed via warranty valet service 12V battery warning: @~2 years, fixed via warranty ranger service Liftgate strut started to make creaky noises: recent, fixed via ESA HPWC: once for a bad cable and once for what ended up be a wiring connection that had worked loose, both addressed via warranty ranger services (back in the day, if you bought the HPWC with the car, it was covered by the same terms of the car warranty) Its goes in annually for the recommended service and I have the tires rotated every 6K miles I am still on my original brake pads, although I am guessing they will want to replace them this year as I should cross 100K miles before my next service. Costs No surprise, but the biggest cost associated with the car is tires--a set of 21" Contis last me about 9-10 months I have a dedicated ToU meter so I have good data on my charing costs. My off-peak rate is $0.06/kWh and I pay ~$55/month for electricity to feed my Model S. This still blows me away as that is less than it used to cost to fill-up my car once with premium gas. BTW, the works out to ~$0.02/mile for me Wear and Tear The interior has held up very well--still looks pristine. The only noticeable wear is from when I first got the car and had not yet figured out how to get in without rubbing against the B-pillar--I'll probably get the trim piece replaced The exterior is OptiCoated but not wrapped. The nose and the hood have a fine collection of chips which I periodically clean up with Dr ColorChip or Langka, but otherwise the rest of the paint looks great (maybe something to keep in mind if you want to wrap but are tying to stick to a budget) The windshield looks as you might expect for a car with 80K miles on it--might get that replaced to celebrate hitting 100K miles (likely this winter) Usage Even though we had a Jeep Grand Cherokee when we got the MS, the Tesla quickly became the go to car for everything from trips to the mountains and paddle boarding excursions to Lake Tahoe to trips to Home Depot to pick up sod. The Jeep was literally gathering dust. We have since traded it in for a Model X, so it will be interesting to see how our usage patterns change.