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Imagine all the gas you'd save instead of feeding your truck.
$35K and $14K in incentives and in reality no maintenance at all.
Everyone used to whine about the replacement cost of the Prius battery but that hasn't happened. I'll bet the Tesla won't happen either.
What gets me is that now I hear over 1/2 million people have paid their $1000 at sign up but Tesla admits they can only produce 50,000 a year.... so maybe get your new Model III in oh... 2050 just when due to old age you've lost your license.??
Agreed, everything needs some maintenance at some point but electric vehicles have proven to be really reliable. Remember the GM EV1. It was so good it threatened GM so they destroyed them.
Originally everyone thought the Prius battery would only last 5 years, then 7, and now 12.
That's pretty good. I can imagine the Tesla won't be too different.
I get the feeling though if someone made the PERFECT vehicle you'd still find fault in it.
And don't believe the stuff you read on the web. You know most of it is BS.
Well that's why opinions are like noses... everyone has one.http://www.angriesout.com/right.htm
I'm not pushing to have a Tesla. I just asked if anyone was interested in it and of course you went off on your usual rant. http://www.halcyon.com/jmashmun/npd/howto.html'nough said...
The Model 3 is a pretty cool bit of automotive engineering.