hjd10 wrote:Do you have yours on a pcp? I know a couple of people who drive Tesla’s and they both have a pcp. My problem is by the time the car is in my price bracket it will be 2nd hand and I can only imagine her expense that would be incurred if there is an issue. As the tech moves on the reliability will increase with costs coming down. ICE cars are on their way out as we know, I just can’t justify paying a pcp that’s more than my mortgage.
No, it's a company vehicle. The zero BIK rate for EVs makes it a pretty good choice in my case. I do agree it would be unlikely I'd actually buy one.