2017 Tesla Model S Has Consumers Of Model 3 Paying Out More
It has been said that about one third of people who put in reservations for the Tesla Model 3 have chosen to give up on the vehicle and instead go for the Tesla Model S. this is of course due to the fact that the Model 3 hasn’t comes to the market just yet.
Tesla began introducing two year leasing and it seems that this is something that has paid off as it managed to bring in consumers for the Tesla Model 3 before the vehicle even went into production.
Tesla made the leasing scheme available during August and September and the scheme did as it was supposed to do and that was to get people who reserved the Tesla Model 3 into the brand. The Tesla Model S could be leased for $600 a month over a period of 24 months.
400,000 pre-orders had been taken for the Tesla Model 3 but it seems that a lot of people will need to wait for two years before they get their vehicle. People who have chosen not to wait might want to take into account that the Tesla Model X has a price tag of $31K more than what they would pay for the Tesla Model 3.