In-Depth Walkthrough: Tesla Model 3 Positives And Negatives

Tesla Model 3


The Money Guy says the Tesla Model 3 is the best car this year, but that doesn’t mean it’s free of faults.

We don’t often share something if its premise revolves around financial advice. So, The Money Guy Show isn’t the first place we’d ever look for a stellar Model 3 review. However, this is one of the better, more in-depth reviews we’ve seen thus far. In terms of the money advice, you can take it or leave it, but if you want loads of details about the Model 3s ins and outs, this is pretty solid.

Tesla Model 3 Pros & Cons

Needless to say, we were so impressed with this review that we had to share it. Additionally, many of the YouTube commenters found it to be one of the best they’ve seen yet. Oftentimes, that’s telling, since many videos like this get plenty of negative talk in the comment section.

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Concise Review: Tesla Model 3 Best & Worst Video

You might want to carve out some time or watch this one in segments since it’s a long one. If you like popcorn, that may be necessary as well. Anyhow, check it out and let us know what you think in the comment section. Even better, keep the conversation going on our Forum. Start a new thread about this article and make your point heard.

Video Description via The Money Guy Show on YouTube:

We are going to show you why the Tesla Model 3 is the best car this year! This is going to be a fully in-depth walkthrough of all the positives and negatives of owning a Tesla. Buckle up, this is going to be a fun ride!

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6 Comments on "In-Depth Walkthrough: Tesla Model 3 Positives And Negatives"

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That is a great review… He is very detailed and has certainly done his homework. I am curious to see a review by someone who does not follow Tesla for years before their purchase, see if they make the adjustment to the controls as easily? It is a bit sad that the known quality issues still exist after nearly a year of production.

He forgot to mention my favorite feature “driver presets”.

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I think just about every car, and certainly every luxury car for well over a decade have had driver presets. Remembers seating position , steering wheel, side mirrors, radio station, volume, HVAc settings, etc…

The difference is most cars have 2 maybe 3 presets. On the Model 3, you can have a dozen. I have one each for my wife and I, another for easy entry/exit, another for relax, and maybe a few others eventually. Now, I’m waiting for the software updates that link driver preferences like regen settings to the profiles. Right now it’s just the seat, steering wheel, and mirrors.

We only use 2, just me and my wife, and I do not “relax” in the car…

Definitely the best Tesla Model 3 review on YouTube! 🙂