That and the MYPs haven't increased nearly as much this year compared to the LR. The MYP is the bargain Tesla right now imo. I'm tempted to order a second and sell the one I have on order now lol.Visited delivery site yesterday to determine if my 2022 Model Y LR AWD was on site.
Have been there several times since they opened, so had some idea of the Peabody, Ma layout. Scheduled for pick-up on this Tuesday. Found the car almost immediately.
Spent about 15 minutes going over the exterior which is white. Beautiful metallic white. Certainly not an expert, but my initial first take appeared to have most panel & intersections how they should be. Noticed in three spots stickers, one on each side of lower rear bumper. One had 6.0 & the other 3.5. Assume these might have been millimeters. They were pointing @ the panel gaps in each case. Could mean one is about
¼ inch in American speak versus ⅛ inch.
So, effectively, about an eight of an inch between the two. The other sticker was on the front hood pointing to the lower gap on passenger side. Hood gaps from the windshield to below Tesla insignia looked symmetrical down both sides.
Could peer into interior & it looked like USB-C ports were installed on back of console. Ones for rear passengers.
The 19” wheel covers were in cargo area I believe, but had forgotten how tinted that area is. Not so easy to eyeball the contents.
Last note of interest was the sticker on the upper part of driver’s side windshield.
Had the vin# of my ‘soon to be car’, but below that on the sticker…..NEW PROCESS.
Probably an internal designation to service, but my first thought was….is there something they are doing different on ‘22s that we are not aware of (other than possible missing USB-ports)??
Oh yeah, after my cursory inspection of the car, I went in to the Tesla show-room to see if it was possible to open car up & inspect the interior. Was told, they don’t have the ability to help me with that request as the car has not been thru service.
I owned a 2018 Model 3 LR AWD for several years. Picked up on last day of September & the car was perfect on both exterior & interior. During that ownership, must say it was one of my favorite if not favorite cars.
Had many adventures with it! Even Uber/Lyft ride share with it from time to time in Boston environs. Mobile service came once to replace a part on the charger door.
Tesla service replaced a windshield that road debris cracked. Sorry to this day I traded for another brand PHEV SUV back in April of this year. However, given used car market prices right now, sold it back to brand dealer for $710 more than I paid for it.
Why SUVs? Older fellow & just easier to enter & exit @ 75 years old.
Alas, I digress, but really excited to start a new adventure with the Y! Oh yeah, insane price increases from 09/23/2021 order date to now…$5k. However, the legacy dealers on other most wanted EVs such as MACH e
GT are bumping pricing from $5k to 10k over MSRP. The used Tesla Model Y LR AWD has all forms of purchase outlets anywhere from $7k and upwards.