Other than the product related questions and considerations, I have two other considerations, that are, unfortunately, more difficult to measure, but still critical, when it comes to make a 50k$ decision, they pertain to service and support and company health. I'm planing to keep this car for 10 years, so in the meantime I will need: -good warranty and good service availability -that the company selling the cars stays alive -On the Hyundai side, other than the fact that EV's are a newish thing for them, I have little doubt that their superb warranty coverage will be fine. I mean, some people buy Hyundai and KIA just because of the warranty and service. There are dealerships everywhere and warranty lasts 8 years for the battery. One exception is the following: I asked the dealership what is the battery warranty limitations related to battery degradation. As a response, after 2 weeks of asking, I got that there's no real policy regarding how to determine if a battery is too degraded. No 70% threshold like other vendors, like Tesla. Right now is based on "common sense" whatever that means. Not very reassuring. -On the Tesla side, --there are many horror stories related to service waiting times, as long as 6 months. I can't find many Canadian sources, so I don't know if that applies to us north of the border or not. --Apparently Tesla won't allow any corner garage to buy Tesla parts. which makes the previous point more relevant. --If news outlets in Wall Street have to be believed, Tesla seems to be always a couple of months away from bankruptcy. If you have any extra info regarding the previous points, please share!