Message posted by Mike300310/10/2018 at 10:53am
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Quote: Originally posted by Francais on 07/10/2018
Yep Mike I agree, but the Tesla 220 mile short range Model 3, will be a whole different ball of wax, and should come in at around £25k after incentives, if that turns out to be the case, it will be a winner.
We won't really get any idea of the end price for the UK version until late next year at the earliest I am guessing.
OK, I am a, not to be turned, petrol/diesel head, I admit that, therefore I read a lot of motoring press, purely because I am interested.
I have now three three articles that “expect” the entry level Tesla 3 to be around £35K, one article stated £40K! I was under the impression that the Govt plug in incentive was £4500, that would make the entry level T3 in excess of £30K, not £25K as you have stated.
If I were to walk into a car shop now and order a whatever model from a whatever car maker, I want to see what it is going to cost me in black and white. Not be told it is expected to cost £???
Would that seem unreasonable?
I have trawled the interweb, including Tesla, and cannot get the price of this damned car in the UK. Sorry, but that just seems crazy, and a little frustrating.
What is the cost of it in the USA.........Anyone!