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How much does a tesla cost

How much does a tesla cost

How much does a tesla cost

Tesla changes its prices and trim levels every now and then, but below you'll find pricing information for each Tesla model as of this writing, with reference points to how the prices most recently changed. Unfortunately, federal tax credits on Tesla vehicles have ended, but you can still take advantage of state credits. Keep reading to learn how much you can expect to spend on a new Tesla.A Tesla costs $49,999 and if you can afford that, you can buy a Tesla Model 3. If you order your Tesla online, it will cost you just $37,500 before gas savings over five years. That makes the cost of a Tesla about 97% less than the cost of a price of a new-car trade-in.

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In late 2016, Tesla announced the long-anticipated launch of the world's first mass-market, fully electric sedan. For the price of $35,000 before tax credits, buyers will have the opportunity to enter into a limited-time pre-order before the release of the vehicle. Tesla has also released an update on their website that includes the exact pricing of Tesla vehicles and battery costs in different locations around the world.

Known for its "Falcon Wing" doors, the Model X SUV is the most expensive Tesla currently available. With an estimated range of 360 miles, the Tesla Model X Long Range goes for $111,690, up from its most recent MSRP of $106,190. The Model X Plaid's range drops to an estimated 313 miles, but like the Model S Plaid, it delivers quicker acceleration and a higher top speed. Prices for this trim start at an eye-watering $126,690 after a recent $4,500 increase. (Source: www.motortrend.com)

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This price might just be worth it, though. Although its driving range falls to an estimated 348 miles, the Model S Plaid benefits from a manufacturer-estimated 0-60 mph time of fewer than 2.0 seconds and a top speed of 200 mph. In our tests, a less powerful dual-motor Tesla Model S Plaid zoomed to 60 mph in just 2.1 seconds. That makes it the quickest production car weKnown for its "Falcon Wing" doors, the Model X SUV is the most expensive Tesla currently available. With an estimated range of 360 miles, the Tesla.

Model X Long Range goes for $111,690, up from its most recent MSRP of $106,190. The Model X Plaid's range drops to an estimated 313 miles, but like the Model S Plaid, it delivers quicker acceleration and a higher top speed. Prices for this trim start at an eye-watering $126,690 after a recent $4,500 increase. Tesla has ambitious goals for its new Roadster: hit 60 mph in 1.9 seconds and achieve a range of 620 miles. Fittingly, prices will start around $200,000. The Founders Series, limited to the first 1,000 customers, is priced around $250,000. At this price, the Roadster is poised to become the most expensive Tesla in the lineup. As of right now, Tesla is taking reservations for the Roadster but the official on-sale date hasn't been announced. (Source: www.motortrend.com)

 

 

 

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