If you haven't heard of this tool, you should check it out. It's a "True Cost to Own" estimator for almost any make and model. See here: https://www.edmunds.com/tco.html The problem is that Teslas aren't on the list. I was wondering if with our collective knowledge we could determine best estimates for the Model 3. I'd be really interested in going past 5 years though, since I'd like to factor in battery replacement, which wouldn't be necessary until after 8 at the very least (since it's covered under warranty before that).