veni, vidi, volanti
Wonder how much is the car and how much is the knowledge base of the diagnostic guy. Either way, the early ones were certainly early in their learning curve - its always risky buying the first year or two of a new model from any automaker. But you'd probably be ok with getting one sorted if you lived in California, out here in the colonies not so much... Bit like the Alfa...Very early model S has been sitting outside a local garage for weeks at a time over the last year and a bit. Diagnosed, gets part, works for a bit then something else fails. Seemingly vicious circle. I think they are waiting on a piece of Musk's foreskin now.