If you are struggling with whether you should buy a PS or a Tesla, read this article. It's really shameful.
just drive them both and see which makes you smile, and which makes you go Meh, I know my answer.If you are struggling with whether you should buy a PS or a Tesla, read this article. It's really shameful.
I agree, and frequently give this advice to people trying to decide. The car has to speak to you, or move you. But if there are serious build issues beyond just panel gaps, I would think another review would be prudent.I think this is some of the best advice anyone could give.
I think the article makes the technical points pretty clear. But the main problem with this article is that it is so focused on range. Range anxiety is the primary focus of the press when it comes to EVs, Tesla likes it that way, but it's a fallacy. Some salient points from the article:I was wondering why P2 range was not looking so good (even allowing for winter temps etc) and Tesla's seem to be improving. This piece (though it's a year old now) discusses Tesla's approach to battery development, it would seem that we may benefit from greater longevity...and less risk of fire and other hazards...