(not a post I ever wanted to write, I am a huge supporter of Tesla but I am highly critical of the recent abrupt price changes and the damage this is causing to existing owners (sic supporters & ambassadors) and the wider Tesla market in the UK at least) So. sold mine a short while back. lost a ton of money (20K) thanks to Tesla previous price hack and in no small part due to Tesla service hanging on to mine for a week and a half for a service that should have been completed on the day, during which time the prices plummeted and i lost my original buyer. Sure I was seriously unhappy; but I felt worse for the peeps that had recently bought new and lost far more. Now Tesla has done it again and knocked sizeable chunks off MS prices. More recent buyers irritated no doubt, and more earache for poor front line sales guys trying to reason Tesla's actions. I am just thinking thank goodness I got rid when I did. Smart companies set price points and fiddle around with specs to provide special deals, not mash the prices to a poisonous pulp. The used market right now is a total mess with dealers offering lesser cars for more than the cost of a new one. Used prices will have to adjust substantially down in months to come, by iro 30% tapering to 10% dependent on age, likely causing significant pain to that market too. Buying used is absolutely only for the brave or suicidal at this time. This costs all of us owners dearly. It also makes a mockery of the "fuel cost savings" Tesla so proudly claim on their website, as these are irrelevant when the owner just sees up to 40K knocked off the value of the car they just bought. Upcoming for MS is new interior (as trailled by no less than Elon himself) and almost essentially a new 2170 based battery and likely more. Next year is new battery tech (Elon again) and 2021 sees a replacement model (yes- that's Elon yet again). All good stuff for sure but ... We all know cars are not investments. They lose money in a steady and fairly predictable way from which we estimate the cost of ownership. That play book just got torn to shreds. (sure financing gives some security albeit at a sizeable cost and presumably rates will adjust once additional depreciation is factored in and GFVs are depressed and financing is generally not a great option for higher mileage owners such as myself). Conclusion is: Buy a Tesla now and you'll own an expensive financially unpredictable liability. And for that reason I doubt i'll be buying a Tesla again soon. And damn that hurts so much to say. Thank you Tesla.