In the first article in a series about electric cars we look at the cars that are currently available to drive on British roads, some of the cars that are coming in the next 12 months and also some of the benefits to purchasing an electric car.
This week, Tesla finally dipped into the used car market, and because this is Tesla you just know it’s going to be the big toe – and it’s going to be a very different toe.
Whatever that actually means.
Back to the point: Up until now, the electric-car maker has not offered used cars to customers, firmly believing instead that the best things in life come brand new, but consumers can now get their hands on a used Tesla through their website or their stores.
Don’t expect them to come cheap though, because Tesla are predicting they won’t depreciate as badly as some rival electric cars. Damn you, Tesla!
CEO, Elon Musk, said that “we’re (Tesla) going to hit a wave of used cars.”
The wave is expected now that the Model S vehicles have come off leases, whilst Tesla are also about to introduce some new models, including the Model X, which will arrive [...]
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