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Breaking down my experience owning the Tesla Model Y for the past four months.
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Tesla’s newest car, the Model Y, has been out for a little over 4 Months, and I took delivery right at the end of March. It’s a great car, and this is the follow up to my original review video because since that video, I’ve been through quite a bit with this car, both good and bad, and want to give you an updated owners’ experience 4 months later.
The first, and biggest thing that has change is that Tesla has already done a Model Y price drop. For the AWD model, which is what I bought, and has been the cheapest Model Tesla is selling, the price has dropped to $49,990, $3000 less than what it was at launch. For the performance Model, the price has dropped to $59,990, which is $1000 less than launch.
At the original Model Y announcement event, Tesla told us about a standard range Model Y, and Long Range RWD Model Y. Standard Range Model Y has been canceled, and RWD is being made and cheaper.
On top of that lowered price, which is around $3000 less than it was announced at, the RWD Model Y should get more range than the AWD with people estimating anywhere up to 335 miles of range based on the previously available LR RWD Model 3.
Tesla has started a Model Y lease which starts at $499/mo, which isn’t half bad. However, you have to put down $4500, and don’t have the option to buy at the end of the lease since Tesla plans to take the car back, and use it for their Robotaxi fleet.
Ultimately it took 4 separate appointments to fix all of the issues I had with my Model Y and receive all of the parts for the necessary repairs, but now my car is as good as new, or actually better than new. This wasn’t great for a brand new car.
The Model Y is Tesla’s follow up to the Model 3 and looks very similar.
At its core, the Model Y is a fully electric car that can go 316 miles on a charge, can have a 0-60 of 3.5 seconds depending on which model you get, and has 68 cubic feet of cargo space.
In the Model Y 5 seater, you can do a few different rear seat configurations, and a personal favorite of many people is being able to fold just the middle seat and use it as a passthrough for long cargo.
Overall, the best feature of this car is the fact that it is electric. Electric cars drive different, smoother, quieter, and faster, and Tesla has optimized their electric drive train to be the indisputable champion when it comes to Electric cars.
On top of that, this car is nearly silent, and smells great, because it is zero emissions.
Some features the Model Y has that only electric cars can have include Tesla Sentry Mode, the security system that records any suspicious activity around the car.
For me, the main things that set Teslas, and the model Y apart from other electric vehicles is their efficiency, range, charging network, and Full self-driving systems.
When it comes to efficiency and range, nobody has beaten Tesla. The Model S now has an EPA range of 400 miles, and the Model Y has a top range of 316 miles as I mentioned before.
And then, my favorite feature, Tesla Autopilot. Tesla’s confusingly named driver assistance feature that is included on all Teslas. Tesla’s built in Autopilot system includes great safety features to prevent accidents, as well as adaptive cruise control and Autosteer.
Tesla also sells their Full Self Driving package. Overall, these features are good, but not great. They are all technically considered beta features, and Tesla sells this package with the promise of future features and updates that will improve it and make it better and better.