The TRUTH About Tesla Model 3 After 1 Year…


Tesla Model 3 Performance review after 1 year of ownership. Is Tesla able to hold its crown as producer of the best all-electric vehicle? How does it compare to the Mercedes C-Class and BMW 3-Series and Kia Stinger?

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A lot of questions come up when talking Tesla. How’s reliability? What about battery degradation? Has the build quality deteriorated? How’s the paint job? And the range? And the charging situation? And service costs? What about performance? And Autopilot? And Smart Summon? And more! All of this is answered in this comprehensive Tesla Model 3 review after one year of ownership.


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  1. Excited for everyone to finally see this! We're super proud of it and think it's the best video we've ever made. If you decide to pick up your own Tesla, get free Supercharging and help us out by using my affiliate link!

  2. To me I will not buy electric car it just waste of time the charge take to long there not many charge stations out and if they keep making these electric car soon there going to be school of human ant waiting to charge this stupid ridiculous plastic car

  3. Sorry, but there is absolutely nothing sporty or aggressive about the Models 3’s exterior design and it certainly looks nothing like a Porsche. And, no, I’m not a Porsche owner. The Model 3, especially the front, looks like a deformed female fish. Outside of that, it seems like an OK vehicle if you also enjoy milk toast.

  4. many thanks. you should have pointed out that it's very easy to upgrade to a new battery 10- 15 years from now. almost certainly this will be my next car.

  5. Overall a very informative video – and seemed balanced with 'pluses' and 'minuses' instead of the typical missionary zeal one frequently gets from Tesla owners. I was particularly stunned by the body denting and poor paint issues. The austere dashboard is a bit off-putting, with everything being reliant on the iPad infotainment screen. Questions regarding 'self-driving' autos persist, yet that topic effectively was left out of this effort. I appreciate the production effort – Tesla should bounce for a free car foer you!

  6. You've mentioned assembly gaps, dents, and how substandard the paint is. How about system failures and costs to repair/replace them? Any unforeseen maintenance costs? Insurance costs, lower/higher? Specialized recharging receptacle costs for your home? Any unique or special driving problems in severe weather conditions (rain, snow, ice, wind)? What safety features are equipped? Plastic and aluminum construction dosen't sound extremely reliable to me. Anything else to add?

  7. My dad has had his Tesla for about a year and a half now and he's still in love with it. I'm hoping that Teslas continue to become more affordable over time, I would love to be able to get one after my Corolla (eventually) poops out. My only real problem with Teslas in general is the weird "Tesla Bros" culture it seems to have created.


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