Tesla Model 3 Pros/Cons
- The doors and trunk often need to be slammed to make sure they are closed properly.
- The frunk can't be closed without getting smudge marks on the hood.
- The bluetooth software to unlock your car doesn't work quickly every time, although it's mostly Android's fault.
- Parts of the central screen can be hard to read.
- It's expensive.
- The supercharger network is the best in the world. Fast and cheap and so easy to use, and is a key selling point.
- The car's acceleration is instant and so addictive. Brings a smile every day!
- The traction control is unbelievably good.
- The handling and suspension are really good.
- Probably the safest car on the road.
- The whole car, and not just certain parts, can be fixed over the air by Tesla. Some days I wake up and the car can do new things.
- The car is connected to the Internet, for free!
- The battery will basically last forever, because Tesla protects it with careful software and engineering.
- The enhanced auto-pilot makes driving long distances and commuting much more pleasant. It's a little like being an attentive passenger and not the driver.
- Lots of little things, like the turn indicators, work better than in other cars.
Like Most Electric Cars
- The brakes probably will last forever as regenerative braking means you don't use them very much.
- There's not much that can go wrong or needs to be maintained - just tires and windshield wipers.
- I can "fill up" at home, any day. It's way more convenient than driving to a gas station. I'm lucky that I can also fill up at work, for free.
- I can preheat or pre-cool my car before I arrive - even if the car is in the garage.
- In a pinch, I can charge anywhere there is an electric plug.
- In some locations I have preferential parking and free charging.
- Even if your state or province gets its electricity from coal, you would still emit less CO2 than most gas cars, it's that efficient (like 130 MPGe).