1. That Tesla interior with no gauges looks like boring doodoo.
2. Warning lights can fail.
3. I’d want to know as soon as my car was operating out of the norm. A light wouldn’t let me know until it’s already become a problem.
4. Why would you want less information about your vehicle’s health?
So much this. I paid off my ‘11 BMW wagon years ago and plan to keep it so long the initial price is but a distant memory. It is costing me about nothing a year at this point. Even for the cars I have only kept a couple years, I have done the math and come out ahead by buying and selling rather than leasing. Or this…
I very much agree. I may be spending $35K over 5 years for a $35K car (plus some amount for insurance and maintenance), but at the end of five years I have an asset worth $15K-$20K entering the long slow(er) tail end of depreciation. Usually on the high end, as I drive relatively little, my nearly seven year old BMW…
Watching airbags in slow motion, there really needs to be an aftermarket vendor that sells them in deep pink with WHOOPEE emblazoned across them.