Full analysis comparing Model S, 3, X, Y.

We look forward to and appreciate Tesla’s purchasing guidelines. Of course, we love all EV purchase guides and buying tips. The only way to get the full picture is to consult with many of these resources. However, we’ve seen and shared Tesla’s buying instructions before. So why else?

As Tesla vehicles continue to change, updates are constant, and prices and trims change from time to time, it is helpful to have Tesla ‘s updated purchasing instructions.

Now that Tesla has four unique vehicles available, and virtually every car has been upgraded, choosing the best Tesla may not be so easy for you. The Tesla Model Y crossover just came to market less than a year ago, and has already undergone significant changes. Tesla was just updating the Model 3 to include the same new features found in it and on the Model Y. Finally, Tesla is updating its flagship Model S and Model X vehicles, as well as bringing the Plaid tri-motor powder to market.

Tesla’s purchase guide compiled by Tesla’s knowledgeable and honest owner is a solid resource as more people consider switching to an electric car. Deciding on a new (or used) car can be difficult. This is especially true if you are planning to switch from a gas car to your first electric car.

Additionally, if you are considering buying a Tesla vehicle, the decision-making process can be even more tedious. This is because there is a lot of information that Tesla does not have to share publicly on its website. People have a lot of questions, and a lot of people live in an area where Tesla vehicles are not common. Not to mention they may not have a Tesla store nearby.

Tesla owner and YouTube influencer Ryan Shaw has put together an updated breakdown of Tesla’s cars. Which one should you buy? What’s next?

As always, check out Tesla’s in-depth buying guide video for all the details. Then tell us what else you could add. Are you planning to buy your first EV soon? Will you buy a Tesla?