I've often defended Tesla from those that claim bait and switch and false advertising. To be perfectly clear, the following IS NOT either of those two. It does not even come close. However, To say I was impressed with Tesla when I got my first P85 would be an understatement. Until that time, all my experience with BEVs (cars or motorcycles) led me to believe that every company on the planet was simply incapable of being truthful about actual range. That is, until I got my P85D. One of the first things I did with my new MS was give it a full range charge at home and go on a 200 mile or so trip. It was a "normal" type trip for me with a lot of freeway driving at 70 mph plus with the AC blasting and some stop and go type stuff in South Beach along with normal side roads to and from the interstate. I was amazed that my MS made rated range. For once, a company said their battery would do XYZ and it DID XYZ. Here is where I get to eat some crow. I just got back from a 130 mile trip in my PD of the exact same nature as above (to Ft. Lauderdale instead of all the way to Miami). I used 132 rated (of a 254 range charge) miles to drive 121 actual miles. The car gets about 91% of what they say it will. Now I am still happy with the car and the company. No one produces a product anything like it. What is lost is the pedestal upon which I originally placed Tesla for setting and then meeting my expectations.