Yesterday was the 4-year anniversary of this happening... So I don't get repetitive, here is the thread from my 3-year anniversary. The intervening year has been pretty uneventful: I am at 107K miles now The car still charges to 249/250 @ 100% Still on the original brake pads Charging and driving patterns have not changed Repairs: Had some battery fault (Rockin called me proactively) and they sent my battery pack to Fremont for repairs for a few weeks. They gave me a loaner 85 kWh pack in the interim that charged to 265 miles again, but TBH, I really did not notice the extra 15 miles. (covered via the powertrain warranty) Driver's side door handle died @ ~95K miles -- first door handle failure for me (covered under ESA) One of the rails for the driver's side seat developed some play (i.e. the seat wiggled a bit when I got in). Since Tesla does not have individual seat components, they replaced the entire driver's seat. (covered under ESA) Replaced windshield--caught a rock (covered out of pocket) Wear and Tear: The interior still looks great, no excessive wear and the paint has held up well (other than the aforementioned chips on the nose and hood) Looking ahead, I will eventually need to replace both headlights as they have developed cracks (road debris). My SA says I can hold off until I start to see water intrusion. If I feel like splurging, I might see up upgrading the seats to next-gen seats for better support--the original seats have held up well That's about it. Boring, but I think boring is good. . Still loving the car and have no plans on trading it in anytime soon. Maybe for a next-gen Model S or next-gen Roadster. My wife's MX P90D has all the bells and whistles, but oddly, the only think I covet from her car is the auto-closing door when you step on the brake pedal.