Chrome trim is good in Arizona. Black door handle is too hot + I think chrome looks better. Opinion differently is life.
Having tried both, I prefer the look and feel of the original. Mine have always been buttery smooth and easy.I did this recently; in addition to what’s been mentioned, these are the changes I noticed:
- The scroll wheels on the steering wheel are metal, and the scroll action itself feels much nicer with less resistance. No longer feels like a fight when you’re changing AP speed in 5 mph increments.
Model Y is made worse for cabin noise by the open expanse in the back, while Model 3 has a trunk which blocks a lot of noise from that area. I believe the China version will get a parcel shelf that might help (and it might come to US model).However, I've had pretty much constant quality issues i.e., creaks, rattles, and wind noise since purchasing. I've felt taped everything I can think of, have had multiple parts replaced, sound dampened the entire rear, doors and floor and the thing still sounds horrible going over any uneven surface.
I'm REALLY hoping my new MY feels more solid because I'm really irritated by all of the noise. It sounds like fit and finish has improved but I test drove a MY about 6 months ago and it had a very noticeable rattle coming from the rear. I had intentionally waited a year after introduction of MY thinking they would've ironed out any issues but was pretty sad to see that even this test car had an unresolved issue. I also did not hear any improvement in road noise despite the double paned front glass.