If the Model 3 is an equivalent in a smaller and better looking 3 Series-competing package as expected, it will really shake things up. director the cost is deductible from your profits and reducing your corporation tax bill 20% and results in no BIC tax or road tax ... But if your circumstances align and you trust the depreciation curve, why not.I sat in one last year and thought it felt a wee bit cheap a bit like all those layering and premium surface an material boundaries and lines had been removed.Even if I did test the full-charge range, if you took it on a different day, at a different ambient temperature, on a different road, you'd get a completely different result.That's why in the review I gave you a realistic estimate of range.
On this trajectory, the Germans had really better be on their game.Only the limitations of the National Grid can stop them now! First of all how can this be called a review when the tester doesn't even mention how many miles they got from a full charge!Other than that is a 70 mph self steering car legal in this country?For a big saloon that’s capable of transporting five people in comfort – or seven if you get a third row of seats fitted – it handles and steers beautifully.
Yes, you can feel there’s considerable mass around you as you carve between apexes, but the body stays superbly controlled with next to no roll.
Point 3, you get all those extra's for just £2500 and can have them retro-fitted to your current car, would Merc or Porsche go to those lengths for current owners especially that cheaply and one that's better than the "meandering systems we’ve experienced from Mercedes and BMW".