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King Stannis

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the 2017 one is not, the 2018 still has its basic warranty.
Shit, that is a quandary, however with the savings with the 2017 you can purchase a warranty.

I highly recommend getting the AWD model.

An SUV without AWD is like a BMW M6 with only automatic transmission.
 

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Moving this discussion to the car thread
Not to go off-topic, but can you site sources for that?! I recently bought a gently used BMW but I'd totally look at a Tesla if that were the case! Just seems like the entry price was way too high for me and the used market was slim pickings. Also, how bad is insurance?
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24 kWh per 100 miles for Standard Range+ Model 3. Electricity is about 11 cents/kWh where I live, so $2.64 for 100 miles, 2.6cents/mile. Supercharging costs more.

price is at tesla.com - $39,900.

No point in buying a used Tesla, they are hard to find and selling for more than new ones because global demand is greater than supply. They ended the quarter basically delivering them in California straight off the factory with a 4 hour line.


Insurance in Florida was just a hair more than the Mercedes I traded in.
 

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