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How many Y do you spot in a day?

mark95476

Active Member
Jun 21, 2020
1,820
1,392
Bay Area CA
I drove past a nice Y with temporary plates in Mountain View a few days ago. It had a unique aqua blue wrap/paint with oil slick features. I wish I had taken a picture as it's hard to describe.
 

JBT66

Member
Oct 26, 2018
659
400
Florida
Not many Ys but becoming more common. I don’t leave the house most days. My neighbor just got an X and he has family members each with an S. Several 3s in the hood though. I think I’m the only Y owner.
 

Golden1

Member
Aug 31, 2020
6
8
Birmingham
ZERO! Here in Alabama there are not many Teslas, let alone MYs...
I'm in Birmingham AL.....I see some Model 3, a few model S, and very few model Y (other than mine)...one of my friends has a Model X, and other has a 3. There have been increasing numbers in the past year. Everyday, I see 3-5 during my 15 mile commute.
 

RollTelsaRoll

Member
Feb 16, 2021
38
11
Alabama
I'm in Birmingham AL.....I see some Model 3, a few model S, and very few model Y (other than mine)...one of my friends has a Model X, and other has a 3. There have been increasing numbers in the past year. Everyday, I see 3-5 during my 15 mile commute.
I have actually started seeing a few more around Tuscaloosa. We have a MYP. I have seen a couple Y’s and 3’s lately.
 

ThomasD

Active Member
Nov 22, 2019
1,186
598
Breckenridge Co Ky
I have seen 2 Teslas since I moved 2 weeks ago. A silver Tesla towing a popup camper looked like it was loaded with too much weight. I also saw a Black one the other day. Those were in Elizabethtown KY. I haven't seen any in the county I live in
 

quadroplexor

Member
Jun 11, 2020
187
158
San Diego
Usually three or four each way on my commute. That's not counting the two at work now.

My MY was first I had ever seen in person when I took delivery in June.
 

mark95476

Active Member
Jun 21, 2020
1,820
1,392
Bay Area CA
This recent article confirms that SUVs will sell way more than sedans, even for Tesla.

"Despite the 8,060 Model 3 sedans that Tesla registered in California in Q1, the Model Y was once again the company’s biggest seller in the Golden State. The data suggests the Model Y was sold 12,227 times in Q1, making it a dominating victory for the all-electric crossover over its sibling sedan."

 

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