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Multi-Tesla Model 3 Households Survey

Is your Model 3 the only Tesla you own or plan to own?

  • I just have a Model 3

    Votes: 22 21.4%
  • I have a Model 3 and a Model S or X now

    Votes: 41 39.8%
  • I have a Model S or X and plan to have a Model 3

    Votes: 17 16.5%
  • I plan to have both a Model 3 & S/X some day. (Neither now)

    Votes: 4 3.9%
  • I plan to just have Model 3(s)

    Votes: 19 18.4%

  • Total voters
    103
We have a Model 3, a Model S, and also a Mercedes with similar but different cruise controls stalk location. Going between them can be confusing. I keep putting the Model 3 in reverse when trying to cancel autopilot at a stop. The cruise stalk on our S is at the 7 o'clock position, but on our E-Class it's swapped positions with the turn signal stalk.
 
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Daniellane

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We have a Model 3, a Model S, and also a Mercedes with similar but different cruise controls stalk location. Going between them can be confusing. I keep putting the Model 3 in reverse when trying to cancel autopilot at a stop. The cruise stalk on our S is at the 7 o'clock position, but on our E-Class it's swapped positions with the turn signal stalk.
We traded our Prius in on the Model 3. I was inadvertently turning on the wipers on the Prius when attempting to put it in gear.
Thought becoming a Tesla only household would eliminate such issues. I do Think my suggestion would solve this annoyance.
See:
Model 3 / Model S AP Confusion (a good problem to have)
 
Link to spreadsheet?
Some may have traded in their previous Tesla for an M3.
It's a sticky thread in the deliveries section. Nobody pays attention to stickys/FAQs, myself guilty as charged.
Some definitely traded in/ are former owners, but statistically speaking it's a better representation than what you can collect here. So, you can see max % from there and reduce some to account for trades.
12-28-17 New Invite / Configuring / Delivery Spreadsheet

And your poll is missing some options. For example, I don't think I'll buy S/X, but $35K Y - why not? Some may buy Tesla truck, whenever that comes out.
 
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Daniellane

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Aug 13, 2017
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Camas, Washington
It's a sticky thread in the deliveries section. Nobody pays attention to stickys/FAQs, myself guilty as charged.
Some definitely traded in/ are former owners, but statistically speaking it's a better representation than what you can collect here. So, you can see max % from there and reduce some to account for trades.
12-28-17 New Invite / Configuring / Delivery Spreadsheet

And your poll is missing some options. For example, I don't think I'll buy S/X, but $35K Y - why not? Some may buy Tesla truck, whenever that comes out.
Could not find the link.
As I have mentioned previously...
My goal was to ascertain whether I was alone in my frustration with differences in the AP interface when switching between the MS & M3 which I laid out in this thread:
Model 3 / Model S AP Confusion (a good problem to have)
There was a suggestion that it didn’t need to be addressed because of the limited number of effected owners.
 
Could not find the link.
Still can't?
There's tons of info and instructions in that thread, I honestly didn't spend much time learning, just looked briefly couple of times and it may not be optimized for the phone. See here for example:
Model 3 Invites Spreadsheet Published Web Version

I believe there's different representation of the same info where it is harder to find nicely formatted totals
Tesla Model 3 Invites

Hope creators of these don't ban me for this...
 

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