YouTuber Talks About Wins and Regrets After 15,000 Miles of Tesla Model 3 Ownership

Posted by: Jesse Kleib on 11/16/2021

When we look at the automotive market today, it can be pretty easy to get excited about offerings by Tesla. After all, depending on what you’re looking for, they seem to offer a little bit of everything. For somebody who uses a vehicle for commuting and maybe hauling the family around, the upside is so big that it’s almost too good to be true.

Between tax credits, fuel savings, and the bank account friendly model in the Tesla Model 3, the cars can end up being relatively cheap. Even after cashing in on the initial savings with the tax credit, down the road, drivers will save thousands in fuel over the life of the car.

With the Tesla Model 3 starting at $35,000 in 2019, it’s hard to argue with. Even as an entry-level vehicle, the Model 3 even seems to pack in its fair share of technology with a little bit of luxury to go along with it. In the grand scheme of things, at least from an outsider’s perspective, Elon Musk really looks to provide a lot of bang for the buyer’s buck.

What is Model 3 ownership really like, though? After buying a Tesla and living with it for 15,000 miles, could the car possibly live up to the hype? After all, this hype has been formed into a mountain. It could be pretty easy to be let down.

This time, we follow along with financial YouTuber, Graham Stephan. In this breakdown, he gives us his full scope after one year and 15,000 miles of Model 3 ownership. This review is a little bit different than most as it isn’t coming from an automotive presenter. However, we have to say that we’re enjoying a different perspective on the auto market.

By following along below, we get not only a review of the physical car but also the car’s financial impact. At the end of the day, the way that Tesla impacts one’s finances is one of the most popular reasons to buy one!