Our good friend Sean Mitchell bought a used first-gen Tesla Model S Years ago. He drives tons of miles for a job as an independent real estate agent in Colorado, so he puts many miles on the car. Now a lot of people have invested in Michelle newly Tesla, But he stuck to the old model S for a long time. At this point, there are about 230,000 miles on it.
Mitchell was one of the first YouTube influencers we started following and covering regularly. We are very interested in his old high-mileage Model S and his deep, well-researched content. So, how is the Model S now? Will he buy again? Would he recommend buying a Tesla?
Michelle shared her Tesla experience with us. For those who often wonder why there is nothing new for him Model 3 Or Model y, This video provides some insight. It is important to point out that many people are in a hurry to buy a new car when the current car is fine. If your car is stuck with problems and money is a pitfall, it may be time to move on, if not, why rush?
If you have an old gas-powered car and plan to switch to EV, this is a good choice. However, if your car is not yet ready to be replaced, there is no reason to rush it. Mitchell was able to buy the Model 3 as soon as it launched, but with the fully capable Model S in this garage, there was no reason to bother.
Sean looked at how much it cost to own his Tesla Model S and bought it in September 2016 with a 60 kilowatt battery pack. This pack has been replaced and upgraded with a 75-kWh pack, which is under warranty. Sean said the reason he bought Tesla was to reduce his operating costs because he drove a lot.
In this video, Michelle gets all the details about the cost of charging, repairs and maintenance. Would buying a used Model S to replace his Subaru legacy be a good option? Was it useful with the intention of saving him money?
The video has a lot of details, so check it all out. Then, give us your trips in the comment section below.
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