Yes most definitely I'll be getting the Model 3 or the Model Y when the lease expires. I just have yet to decide on which one that's all. I need to sit in a Model Y first (am sure it's much more roomier than the 3). As stated on my last post, it is just a better overall value if I went through Tesla's route. I've heard of their horrible customer service too but at least I'll know for sure they'll have a Tesla loaner every time I'm in for service. I have watched most of Mr. Munro's videos and they are extremely educational and valuable information. The Model 3 seems to be more of a refined version since he tested the early model-3 so I have to take that into consideration. Model Y is in its first year so next year they should fix whatever needs to be fixed which is even better after I turn the Bolt in. Just a waiting game for now and hopefully enjoy the rest of the next 12 months with the Bolt & new battery. Take care all.Coming from a Bolt, have you considered the Model Y? I realize it's a few thousand more but if you find the hatchback concept more to your lifestyle, it fits that niche. But, the bigger advantage is all the improvements that they made compared to the Model 3.
If you watch the Sandy Munro you tube video's he gives a detailed breakdown and comparison between the two and as great of a car as the Model 3 is, the Y is just better under the skin. You may want to hold off on buying some of the OTA upgrades if the budget is tight and upgrade later if it makes sense financially then.
That's one of the underappreciated features is it not only improves over time via standard OTA upgrades which is unique in the industry but you can add options after purchase that would be impossible with any other car.
The other point that a lot of people don't take into consideration when comparing the initial price differential is the TCO? If you ever plan on selling or trading in the car, the resale value should be considered and that's where Tesla blows away the competition, ICEV or BEV. It's hard to put a value though on the Supercharger Network. To some it's priceless as their time, convenience, flexibility, confidence/stress and risk aversion is high on their priority list.