As a brand new car, the Tesla Model S has an MSRP of $107,900 and is only available with a 30,000-mile warranty.
Tesla sells the Model S for $35,000, but you can still get the secondhand car for $20,000 and $15,000.
The Model S is only $100 cheaper than a used car.
But what if you can get a secondhand Model S with a brand-new battery and electric motor for just $35K?
Now that’s a bargain.
We already know that you can sell a car with a second-hand battery for a profit, but there’s another way to get the Model 3 at a much lower price.
As an EV owner, you might be able to save money by buying a second hand Model S. The Tesla Model 3 is an all-electric sedan, which means you can use the car for two hours per charge.
You can get it with either a 30k mile warranty or a 100k mile.
If you’re a first-time owner of an EV, you can save $3,000 on the price of the car and have the car sitting around for the next two years.
It’s a pretty amazing deal, considering how expensive the first generation Model S was.
With a base price of $97,995 and a 30-k mile range, you’d save a little over $6,000 in the first year.
If the price drops by $10,000 per year and you have the second-gen Model 3 for the same price, the cost of a Model 3 drops by a whopping $27,500.
The Tesla Roadster, the second generation of the Model 2, is another option for EV owners who want a cheaper EV with a larger battery pack.
This car is a bit more expensive than the Tesla Roadsters, but the Roadsters comes with a much better battery pack, so you can potentially save more money.
If it’s your first car, this might be a good option.
The second-generation Model S starts at $93,000 for a 30 k mile battery and comes with the Tesla Supercharger network, which can charge your car at speeds up to 120 mph.
You could also save a lot of money by renting a second car with this option, but we’ll get to that later.
The price of a second Tesla Model is going to be a bit of a challenge.
You might not be able afford a Tesla Roadstalker, but buying a car in second-grade could be a decent option.
The best thing about buying a used EV is that it’s more expensive to get than buying a brand name car.
If this is your first time buying a new car from a used dealership, you could save a ton of money if you’re willing to shop around and buy the cheapest used car you can find.
Buying a second used Tesla with a 50k mile battery is a very solid deal for EV enthusiasts.
The first Tesla was sold for $89,000 back in the early 2000s, but a 50K mile battery gives you the chance to save up to $14,000 over a two-year period.
The second Tesla, which is much cheaper than the first Tesla, is still going for a premium price of about $55,000 after the first two years of ownership.
If you’re planning on buying a Tesla Model X, you’ll probably be able save even more.
It’s only available in first-generation form, but it comes with an all new battery pack that is 50% smaller than the one you have now.
With an MSR of about 15k miles, you should be able put down about $6K in the second year.
This is a great price to have for a Model X. For people who aren’t interested in buying a vehicle from a dealer, you may be able get a Tesla with an 85k mile, 200k mile or 300k mile powertrain.
This will get you up to about $12,000 a year.