My wife had the hopefully brief idea that my car should replace the kids' 21 year old Camry. For the moment I think I'm safe from that idea but what I discovered was interesting. BEVs: A BEV makes a lot of sense, aTesla Model Y is available now but I can't make myself spend that much. At same time, the Bolt at super prices lacks adaptive cruise and AEB. VW's efforts are stalled. Overall: Wow there are a lot of vehicles out there and wow was I surprised by how uninteresting most seemed to me. Finance: It looks like one of those times in life when it really is a buyer's market. Pretty much everyone but Tesla has 0% interest for 4-7 years. Lots of makers have deferred payments. Quite a few have cash back, $6000 - $7000 for some VW and GM. Reality: I think I'll teach the kids how to fix car stuff in addition to basic bathroom remodeling. I'm already a low mileage driver. Lately it's been less. A super commuter e-assist bicycle looks better than what most of the car industry has to offer until Teslas are cheaper or their competition gets it going. Finance #2: I have a feeling the car deals will continue. In addition to teaching my kids how to keep the old one running and borrow a parent's car, this is probably a good time to teach them value investing.