Can we discuss the maintenance and/or potential problems the 3 may have? Maybe those who have owned either a Roadster or an S for more than a year can chime in to educate those newcomers like myself. From what I gather, maintenance is few and far in-between: "Your Tesla vehicle is protected by a 4 year, 50,000 miles (whichever comes first) new vehicle limited warranty and 8 year, unlimited mile battery and drive unit warranty. Tesla recommends an Annual Service Inspection every year or 12,500 miles to maintain your vehicle to top performance standards. So, that being said, are there any common failures with these cars? Something current owners commonly discuss as problematic? Once-a-year maintenance is maintenance-free in MY eyes, especially coming from a car where oil is changed every 3K, in addition to constant part-replacements from wear and tear. More than that, it looks like the things they DO check in service aren't even related to anything mechanically major aside from battery coolant and brake fluid: Year 1 12,500 milesYear 2 25,000 milesYear 3 37,500 milesYear 4 50,000 milesMulti point inspection (w/ tire rotation and alignment check)XXXXCabin air filter replacementXXXXWiper blade set replacementXXXXKey fob battery replacement (set)XXXXBrake fluid replacement X XA/C service X XBattery coolant replacement XIndividual service cost$400$700$400$9003 years prepaid service cost$1,325$9004 years prepaid service cost$2,1008 years prepaid service cost The specified services repeat for years 5 through 8$4,000 So, basically what I'm asking is: If (hopefully) I get locked into my Model 3, will it be a theoretically "worry-free" car? I just can't wrap my brain around it if that's the case. Thanks in advance for the replies and education on this.