Now that I’ve passed 3 years of ownership and 55,000 miles of driving (including a cross-country trip) I thought it might be informative to post the current status of the car in several categories. Range: When new, my 85 Kwh battery, charged to 90 percent, provided 224-225 miles of range. Today it provides 220-221 -- less then a 2% decline in range. I rarely fully charge the battery and follow Tesla’s general advice about maintaining battery longevity. Exterior paint and finish, interior: With weekly washings and frequent detailing, the car still looks as good as new. Permanon Jet Shine, which I’ve now been using for about 6 months, certainly helps maintain the like-new appearance. The interior is cleaned when the car is washed and detailed and the leather treated with top quality materials annually. It also looks like new. Major problems and repairs: Two drive train replacements, two 12v battery replacements, one door handle fix, and one GPS fix – all covered under warranty at no cost. Everything else has been very minor. As I have ranger service, all of this has been done at little inconvenience to me. Tire wear: I’ve been through three full tire replacements, the first within 10K miles. The problem has been uneven wear on the rear tires. But since I installed adjustable real camber links, the rear wear problem has diminished dramatically. I got 40K miles out of my 2nd set and they probably had another 10K left when I replaced them last month. In all I could not be more pleased. Service has been outstanding and performance of the car remains exceptional.