I have not bought a EV yet, still watching and waiting and I went to the Tesla store and to three other dealerships within the last 10 days. (So I am not trying to showcase one side better than the other. This is a general statement across dealerships) Tesla Store on competition. "We do not like to discuss other products, we are happy to tell you about our product". When asked specifically about I-Pace, the answer was, "We do not have any information on it". Jaguar: "Model 3's are not available and if you could get one, there is no in Arizona who can service it for you. You have to send to California and wait". Not true as there is a service center 10 miles from the Jaguar dealership and Tesla has mobile service. BMW: "Even if you get a car, which may take months to get, and then it is so badly built that it will start falling up apart. We read all these automotive reports and you will not believe the problems Tesla owners are having. People are trying to return their cars". The guy was tried to tell me cars were not available and when I challenged him, then told me that they were available but full of problems. Also, I do not see the level of concern in Tesla user groups. Nissan: "Even today if give your money, they will take it and and not deliver for 6 months and keep putting you off. Ask any one who has tried it put their name on the list today." I do understand some car salespersons can be ethically challenged (I am sure there are salepersons who are not), but not sure if this just a sales tactic using FUD or is it ignorance or a combination. The common theme was that Tesla Model 3's are not available. Are the other manufacturers oblivious to Tesla or do they leave it to the salespeople to handle it any way they can as they do not have a straight answer.