My first annual service came just shy of a year after we took delivery of Serena, in April 2015. I knew that Tesla would be changing the cars aggressively but I was blindsided by how extensive the upgrades were, even at that time. The gulf between our humble S85 and a new 90D can't be overstated-- but don't misunderstand me, I'm still very satisfied with our purchase.
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Monday, January 23, 2017
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Service Center Gets Its War Paint
Sunday, January 15, 2017
Tempting the Revival of "The Curse"
A long-running joke and "Tesla Lore" among our household and my friend Jake is: THE CURSE. You can read all about it on this old blog post, but basically it all started when I was "sold" on getting a Tesla Model S. We were still months (maybe years?) from actually ordering one, but Jake wanted to help cement the notion so he passed down a nice Tesla license plate frame that had adorned the car he owned prior to taking delivery of his Tesla.What happened after that license plate frame was installed was nothing short of calamity after calamity. The Chrysler seemed to rebel against the notion of being replaced and threw mechanical temper tantrums and then finally got smashed into by another car--- or was it an ACCOMPLICE? So we joked that the frame was cursed... and here we go again, OH I HOPE NOT.
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