1. The MYP is not for anyone who wants to maximize range or that can't stomach the performance tires and their associated headaches/costs (and swapping to non-performance tires does not produce much range gain).
(This is not a knock on MYP; I love mine. But it's not a model to buy ignorantly.)
2. If you drive through any area with road debris such as salt, gravel, etc, then definitely plan on getting/using the wheel mud guards. Front and lower door PPF protection is also wise.
Tesla's are great cars to own, operate, and enjoy!
It is actually law of physics, not due to low profile tires.thanks
on your first statement- i got rid of my maxima after 4 years because i was tired of the low profile tires always running low on air - i mean always low- when it gets any kind of chilly they run low and i had to fill them constantly which was annoying to me.... and yes i would rather the range i think more- regardless the MYLR still has plenty of get up....
on 2nd comment - when it snows in NJ the salt the roads so but i dont plan of running thru any gravel i dont think lol or mud
It's not a lot of mileage difference, like 30 on paper spec'd at 55mph. Real world we're talking 15 miles maybe, so...i think the car is pretty fast regardless, i can do alot of driving so woudn't mind the extra milage
It's perfect for you. Just know the ride is a little rough over bumps etc.Hi All,
I'm new to the forum. I'm strongly considering buying model Y LR...... anyone that can give me any input good or bad please have at it.....
most of my driving would be 20-40miles for work. and i would use the car for daily usage. I've rented the model 3 and i was blown away the car. loved it, just feel i need more room. I'm 6'2" 225 and want more of an SUV feel.....
Definitely my choice. Acceleration doesn't do anything for you if you are high centered in a snow drift!You mean the longer range, higher clearance with less damage prone wheels from potholes Tesla??
Or, "I wish my Tesla Y had a more punishing suspension, less ground clearance, and tires I couldn't 4-way rotate. If you can be satisfied with the LR performance (plus the acceleration boost if needed) you can keep these LR improvements and a bit of change for coilovers, tires and wheels, PPF, whatever.As a counterpoint, “I wish my Tesla had less range” said no one ever!