Re: Autopilot is part of the "infotainment system"?
> After six years and 103,000 miles, nothing has fallen off, and there are no squeaks or rattles, so that's good quality to me
Rattles and squeaks are one thing that really does get on my tits and my main concern, along with stuff just becoming brittle and breaking (although I do garage my cars).
> I'm not sure what you mean by adaptive lights, which is perhaps why I don't miss them, whatever they are
It is, literally, the difference between night and day. On dark nights, quite often I end up with cars just sitting behind mine in spite of my slow driving, quite obviously because of the vastly improved visibility.
I know Tesla has automatic high beams, but that's nowhere near the same thing. Apparently, the issue might be that adaptive lights are not approved in the US and their car design still seems to be very US-centric.
One last question if I may, do the over the air updates actually "improve" the car in any way, or are they just a convenience to save you a trip to the garage for a firmware update?
Once again, thanks for sharing your experience! It does give me quite a bit more confidence!