I had a Model 3 LRAWD that I picked up in September. It was just totaled two weeks ago at only 3900 miles, luckily the payout was good and the other party claimed full liability. Picking up my Model Y on Saturday! Absolutely loved my 3 and am sad that its done, but happy to get some more space with the Y.
2014 Audi S5 (6spd manual, black edition, track ready)
2019 Subaru Outback 3.6R
I really miss the S5, especially driving manual. I sold it in 2018 right after I put my preorder in for the Model Y. I sold it for $10K over KBB, as it was still in like-new condition... though I must have put about $50K into it (suspension, brakes, exhaust/intake). The Subaru was awesome, and was a lease I got in between the S5 and the MY.
The Y is my wifes (I drive the S) and she had a 2011 Lexus RX350 that she loved and that had zero issues in the entire 109k mile life she had it. Never saw the inside of a shop except for tires. (I did brakes and oil/filter changes over the years).
After less than 3 months with the Y, says she's never going back to gas again.
2003 Toyota Corolla Sport (stick) - Got that to teach my kids how to drive a stick shift. They then (without my knowledge) taught some of their friends how to drive a stick. Had to changed the transmission fluid at 90K but surprisingly the clutch, tranny and muffler lasted over 150K. When my daughter "stole/bought" it from me (for $1K) , I then went to a
2011 Hyundai Elantra
Now have a 2020 LR AWD Y
Agreed. I had a loaded 2017 i3 BEV. It has been misrepresented on here perhaps by people who judge cars only by size. The quality of that thing and it’s carbon fibre tub are phenomenal. Great city run around car - as the range is not road trip capable.