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So, I got a call from my Tesla dealership guy, they got in stock the new Model Y Long Range (MIC) with turbine wheels and they need to get rid of the testing vehicle Model Y Performance (MIG)

I went in and test drove the MY Performance and liked the way it felt, unlike the MYLR I tried about 6 months ago which was too stiff, the ride quality was just not good. But as far as I am seeing on Youtube, they fixed the ride quality in the meantime? I couldn't test this and do the side-by-side because they do not have any demo MYLR's.

So now I am in dillemma:

Get the new Model Y Long Range with turbine wheels
Get the demo vehicle Model Y Performance.

The demo MYP vehicle is fairly discounted (around 5000 euro down) with 10.000km on the odometer (3 month old). Visually it looks as good as new inside and out except for two of the rims which are slightly curbed. This was made in Berlin model so it comes with some of the novelties from that factory. Also with MYP I get the mobile connector as standard and the dealership told me they will compensate the fact that the wheels are curbed and are offering me some of the accessories (they offered Tesla wall charger out of the gate, so Im guessing I can get a few other accessories like floor mats etc.)

Aside from all these extras - the demo MYP is also 3000 euro cheaper than the new MYLR.

What concerns me is the battery strain of the demo vehicle. When I went out to test drive it the SoC was 91%, so they are obviously not following the recommended battery charging practices (80%).

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