So I've had my car almost three years now. We love it, but I'll readily admit there's been a string of problems with it. It's certainly been far more trouble than any other car I've ever owned. Fortunately, even that's been mostly tolerable because the service experience was so good. I didn't mind taking it in. You dropped it off, got a loaner... easy. Recently, though, things have gotten bad. Really bad. My Model S makes a metal-on-metal grind + clunk you can hear and feel throughout the car if you turn the wheels close to lock when going downhill. Where I live I park in a garage where this situation is unavoidable. I waited 2.5 months to get the car in, and was happy to hear they were confident to have fixed the issue. 2 days later the problem returned. It sounded like they could get it back in soon to look at it, but I needed something with large interior volume for some moving and since they don't give out loaner Model S anymore, I had to delay a bit until I no longer needed it. In attempting to get back in for service, the wait is another 2 months. That's 4.5 months waiting to resolve an issue. And not something trivial, either, a malfunction in the steering mechanism. Is anyone else having this much trouble? Should I try going to a different service center?