I would be interested in a PHEV BS. My daily commute is less than 30 miles roundtrip so a plug-in would be perfect for me.
The 1.5L turbo equipped with an electric motor for the rear would probably provide decent performance.
Lost one dealer ordered car because the salesperson I was working with did a terrible job at explaining what I needed to do to secure the car. Guess I didn't lose it out from under me because it was never truly mine.
The semiconductor shortage is a real concern. I had a year left on my lease but once I started seeing news reports about auto manufacturing feeling the effects I knew it was time to move for the BS now rather than when the lease is up.
I think full self driving is an awesome technological feat but it's not something I would pay a subscription fee for.
For me the 360+ 2.0 package is just right. I don't do enough highway driving or road trips to need FSD.
I found a small dent in my passenger door, likely from a neighbor who cannot park a car in a straight line to save their life. Fortunately I'm already scheduled to take my car in to the detailer this week so he'll pop it out, sure it'll add $100 or so to the final bill.
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Varying the RPM of the engine gives the components a chance to get settled in to their designed tolerances. You probably wouldn't harm the engine from driving it at a constant speed, but it may cause some components to wear out prematurely down the road.