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2018 Tesla Model S OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Lakeside, California
5.0
Amazing vehicle.
The Tesla Model 3 with Long Range will easily reach over 300 miles on a charge. I've done many road trips and at around the ~3.5 hours you have to stop and charge usually around 45 minutes. Supposedly that is the biggest drawback about owning an electric vehicle. But that 45 minutes is not even inconvenient. That's about the time it takes to eat and use the restroom anyway. Paired with solar this car is a commuters dream. Drives itself in heavy traffic. Free to drive from home and back. Extremely low maintenance, because of the regenerative breaking the breaks last a ridiculously long time. Tires hold up well if you restrain yourself from accelerating and whooping almost every car on the road on a daily basis. Its the most fun yet most practical vehicle I've ever owned. And the Value is great.
Portland, Oregon
4.0
It's a good vehicle with good performance.
Well, it's a fully electric car – Tesla doesn’t do petrols, diesels or even hybrids – and it’s the brand’s smallest model to date, sitting below the Model X SUV and the Model S luxury saloon. It’s roughly the same size as the BMW 3 Series and there are three versions to choose from: an entry-level model called the Standard Range Plus, a Long Range model designed to maximize distances between charges, and a range-topping Performance variant that promises Porsche 911-beating acceleration.