UBS, a Swiss financial services company, in conjunction with Tesla hosted a private Model 3 test drive event on the weekend in Brooklyn, and two of the attendees had quite different opinions about the car. One, Toni Sacconaghi from Bernstein (performance profile here) was not impressed, calling fit and finish “relatively poor”. He reportedly took delivery of a Model X previously in 2016, and was similarly unimpressed by the customer service he received then. He also authored a survey in 2017 of 268 Tesla owners which found "a myriad of service and quality issues during the Model X launch," which should be no huge surprise to those who've followed that vehicle's rollout. Robert Cihra, an analyst from Guggenheim Partners (performance profile here) offered a different view, saying it's “true” Tesla, but with a lower price tag, and that the car “delivers.” In it's piece about the two reviews, Value Walk says, "According to CNBC, other Wall Street firms were also invited to take a Tesla Model 3 test drive this week. RBC and Goldman Sachs both reportedly received invitations and offered positive reviews." I couldn't find the CNBC piece they refer to. So, which of these guys do you believe? Is it possible to believe them both?