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I'd like to hear from P2 owners as I'm considering leasing a P2 in the U.S.

After the honeymoon period ends, are you still happy with your decision to drive a Polestar, and why?

Would also love to hear about your Polestar service experiences, and from those that have had to have bodywork done. How's the availability of parts?

Thank you in advance for your responses.
 

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For sure yes. A better question would be if you could have any 2022 EV at MSRP without a wait or playing games with dealers which would you get? For me it's still the PS2. Mach-E Premium with extended battery a close second.

No bodywork here!
 
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Thank you for the link Doogie. I searched for relevant threads but didn't find this.
 

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P2, Snow, Slate, PP, Hitch, Nextbase Dashcam, 20% Tint, Polestar, give us more regen. breaking!
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28,000 km in since March 2021. Still very in love with my car if not more than the day it was delivered. Still I have yet to speak for the service experience and getting new tires. I have really just been charging and driving. I'm buying lots of aftermarket parts and accessories so I must still be excited.

No regrets, this car and I are a matched set.
 

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28,000 km in since March 2021. Still very in love with my car if not more than the day it was delivered. Still I have yet to speak for the service experience and getting new tires. I have really just been charging and driving. I'm buying lots of aftermarket parts and accessories so I must still be excited.

No regrets, this car and I are a matched set.
Would love to hear more about the stuff you're buying!
 

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Would love to hear more about the stuff you're buying!
Most of the items I have purchased were referenced on other threads.
  • Mud flaps
  • Center console wrap
  • Thule roof carrier
  • Next Base Dash Cam
  • Polestar Hoodie :p
  • Pirelli PZero All Season 245/40R20 Can't Wait to get these on!!
  • Heico Springs just arrived yesterday, haven't posted that yet.
  • White gloss Polestar logo key fob covers are in the mail.
 

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Yes, but I would probably add a bit more mileage to my lease. 12k miles per year. Should have done 15k.
 

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  • Thule roof carrier
  • Heico Springs just arrived yesterday, haven't posted that yet.
Looking forward to images and your review of these two items.
 

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Snow, slate, ordered Nov 2020, VIN 10xxx
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I'd like to hear from P2 owners as I'm considering leasing a P2 in the U.S.

After the honeymoon period ends, are you still happy with your decision to drive a Polestar, and why?

Would also love to hear about your Polestar service experiences, and from those that have had to have bodywork done. How's the availability of parts?

Thank you in advance for your responses.
Absolutely would do it again. I had had no service issues over the past 12 months so can’t comment.
 

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Over a year later and the honeymoon continues. What I know now is basically what I knew then. It was risky, but this was a sound company that was going to continue to strive to make things right.
 

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For sure yes. A better question would be if you could have any 2022 EV at MSRP without a wait or playing games with dealers which would you get? For me it's still the PS2. Mach-E Premium with extended battery a close second.

No bodywork here!
100% yes. I'd choose it over any other EV currently on the market—including several much more expensive ones.
I love the feel of driving it, love the feel of the cabin, love the appearance of the car, love the interactivity of Google Maps and the virtual cockpit in front of me. It feels solid.

I like (but don't love) the software user interface. However, having used Ford, Volvo, and Volkswagen interfaces, it's way better than all of them.
 

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13 months, 12K miles and I have zero regrets. Very happy. :cool:
 

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28,000 km in since March 2021. Still very in love with my car if not more than the day it was delivered. Still I have yet to speak for the service experience and getting new tires. I have really just been charging and driving. I'm buying lots of aftermarket parts and accessories so I must still be excited.

No regrets, this car and I are a matched set.
What aftermarket stuff? I’m three days in and don’t know what’s available.
 
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