I bought my first Tesla in the fall of 2017 a 2013 85D i thought i had woken up in the future. I could not believe i could charge my car at home and go so fast in a huge sedan. Now since then i bought a used 2015 85D last year in April. Since then i have had 4 door handles go out, and issues with my battery. I was affected by the 6/19 software update that capped my battery and reduced the charging speed at super chargers. I worked with my local Tesla service center here in MN and they replaced my battery with a 90D thus my 85D is now a 90D. I have always bought directly from Tesla used so the cars i have driven have always been covered under warranty. I also travel over 20k miles a year so i thought man this is a great concept. I am questioning the longevity of the batteries due to the issues i have had along with other older 85D S owners. I am also irritated by having to charge and pre-plan every route i drive so i don't run out of juice. I am also annoyed by the fact that i pay more in taxes and insurance than pretty much any other car out their. I guess my question is if you new these things and potential issues with your battery not able to charge as fast or go as far would you sell?