In this 26-minute video Sandy shares his first impressions of the R1S.
In summary: he likes it a lot. The video is all about features -- the stitches, tie-downs, back-seat access, etc. Nothing about build-quality or driving experience. Only complaint is that he thinks the chrome below the roof is a waste of money. He may talk to his wife about trading his R1T for the S. He seemed proud that Rivian had re-priced the vehicle to what he'd suggested before, and thinks it gives any other SUV a run for its money.Thanks for the non post. I was hoping you would sum up the video. But you just shared a link. Help us out and give us a summary.
Well done video, thanks.In this 26-minute video Sandy shares his first impressions of the R1S.
totally agree. I’m new to this Sandy guy and he just came across as a bit of an old geezer to me lol.. like he was excited by rear climate vents..What was strange about the whole thing was that Sandy went on and on about a few things that are common across many three row SUVs and minivans; it was like he'd never climbed in to the third row before. Rivian's seat release mechanism actually looked sort of poor compared to others so it was surprising to see him gush over it.