This review turns the table from what has become the norm.
Many people reviewing the Tesla Model 3 are either new EV owners entirely, those that have come from another non-Tesla plug-in vehicle, or current Model S or Model X owners. Additionally, many of those buying a Model 3 that hadn't previously owned a Model S or X have noted that they've at least driven the automaker's more expensive siblings. This is also true of most professional automotive reviewers, since they likely reviewed the Model S and X prior to writing a Model 3 review.
Tesla Model 3 or Model S?
In this case, YouTuber and Tesla Model 3 owner Joey Gill never drove a Model S until after acquiring his Model 3. However, he does admit to having previously owned a Chevy plug-in. So, what's it like jumping in a Tesla Model S 75D after getting acquainted with your new Model 3? How do the cars compare? Which is a better choice, at least from Joey's perspective?
After you have a chance to check out the video, we'd love to hear your opinions. Have you driven both cars? Do you own both? Please apprise us in the comment section below.
Video Description via Joey Gill on YouTube:
Model 3 owner tries out a Tesla Model S
Edit: I apologize about the audio quality. I'm cleaning up the subtitles / close captions so it can be watched muted.
Most of Tesla Model S and Model 3 comparisons came out a while ago, when only previous Tesla owners were getting the Model 3. Coming from Model S or Model X, many viewed the Model 3 as something of a "downgrade." I have a different perspective.
The Model 3 is my first Tesla, but not my first plug-in. Also, I'm not really a luxury car kind of guy. If it wasn't for the Model 3, I'd get another Chevy. So, here are my thoughts on the Model S.