At my service last summer with Nissan they gave me some warnings:
- red warning for track rod ends
- amber warning for lower arm bush
I think they wanted around £500 to fix as I remember, not sure if this was to fix both issues.
Anyway I have managed to source the parts online for the Track...
Anyone else disappointed in the ride? Tesla described the Model 3 as "the first mainstream electric car" They don't describe it as a sports car. Most people don't get to drive their cars on race tracks or test tracks but city roads. In fact a few people who have driven with me have said it...
The Nissan Leaf rides better on city streets than the Tesla Model 3:
As a owner of both, I am very disappointed! When you drive on some city streets in Los Angeles and San Francisco, it feels like a pick up truck.
I currently have my Roadster 2.0 Sport in at Tesla for a service and asked them to check my suspension due to a knocking noise at the front when going over bumps.
Tesla have confirmed the Bilstein adjustable shock absorbers need replacing and have quoted me a replacement cost of £3500 inclusive...