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Interesting. So you found the MY more friendly to a tall person than the Model S?I sold my 2019 M3P recently and test drove a MY yesterday. The dealer had an unsold S on the lot, and I asked to look at it. I'm 6'4" and mostly legs, and although the S certainly wasn't uncomfortable, it seemed to have a fair amount less legroom when I'm sitting in it than the M3. I found the S to be a bit easier to enter/exit than the M3P (which is pretty low), but not nearly as user friendly in that regard as the MY.
So you found the MY more friendly to a tall person than the Model S?
Agreed. I'm getting an MY because it's fun to drive and of course an EV, and the price is right. I didn't get into an MY and think it was so beautiful, but once I drove it I liked it.Without a doubt - for me, at least. I think the seat height difference between the M3 and MY is about 6", which is significant. The MY to S seat height difference is probably similar.
Unfortunately, however, what makes the MY so user friendly in terms of entry/exit - being kinda tall and porky - has an aesthetic price, at least to my eye. Although the MY is growing on me the more I see them, it will always be a bit of an ugly duckling compared to the S (and the 3) as far as I'm concerned - I find the S to be a stunningly attractive car.