Interesting video. Based on this, whenever I eventually get my own Model Y, here's my plan:
- Take it to a detailer first and pay them to list all of the defects, on paper. Why? Because they're going to be better at catching them than I ever will, and I'll be paying them for more work later, anyhow.
- Complain to Tesla about any significant defects. This includes uneven body panel gaps, noises, and things just plain not fitting and/or not working. This does not include paint issues: I don't trust Tesla to fix them as opposed to making them worse.
- Once the car is back from Tesla, pay the detailer to confirm that the issues that were supposed to be fixed actually got fixed. If not, complain again to Tesla until they are.
- Now that Tesla's done with it, have the detailer cover the car with PPF and ceramic coating, after paint correction.