The Cost of a Tesla Part 2


How Much is the Tesla Model Y?

The Tesla Model Y “Long-Range” starts at $45,690. The “Performance” version starts at $55,690. Additional options (e.g., 3rd row seats, tow hitch) can add $4,000 and full self-driving capability (when available) can add $8,000 to the purchase price. Your state’s electric vehicle incentives (if any) may reduce your cost along with savings derived from lower maintenance costs and lower “fuel” costs.

How Much is the Tesla Model Y?

 


How Much is the 2020 Tesla Roadster?

Final pricing for the new Tesla Roadster has not yet be officially established, but the projected price is about $200,000 to $250,000.

How Much is the 2020 Tesla Roadster?

Photo By Steve Jurvetson from Menlo Park, USA - Tesla Roadster 2.0 

 


 

How Much is the Tesla Cybertruck?

Final pricing for the new Tesla Cybertruck has not yet be officially established, but the projected price will be about $40,000 to $65,000, depending on battery and motor options. Your state’s electric vehicle incentives (if any) may reduce your cost along with savings derived from lower maintenance costs and lower “fuel” costs.

 How Much is the Tesla Cybertruck?

  


How Much Is Tesla Model S? 

The Tesla Model S “Long-Range-Plus” starts at $69,690. The “Performance” version starts at $89,490. Full self-driving capability (when available) can add $8,000 to the purchase price. Your state’s electric vehicle incentives (if any) may reduce your cost along with savings derived from lower maintenance costs and lower “fuel” costs.

How Much Is Tesla Model S?

 

 


How Much is the 7-Seater Tesla?

The base price of a Tesla Model X is $74,690. The seven seat option adds an additional $3,500 to that price, plus whatever other options you choose.

How Much is the 7-Seater Tesla?


How Much is a 2020 Tesla?

That depends on the model and the options you choose. The lowest cost Tesla Model 3 -standard Range Plus base price is $39,490. The Tesla Model S Long Range base price is $69,690, and the Model X costs $74,690 without optional extras. The Model Y base price of $45,690.


How Much is the Cheapest New Tesla?

The Tesla Model 3 is the least expensive Tesla and can be ordered in three different variants—Standard Range Plus ($39,490), Long Range ($47,990), and performance ($56,990). Optional features and functions can add $1,500 to $12,500 to the purchase price.


What is the Most Expensive Tesla?

Tesla’s two most expensive models are the Model X SUV and the Model S sedan. Model X Performance Model base price is $94,690. Fully Loaded the Model X comes in at $114,490. The Model S base price is $89,490. Fully Loaded the Model S comes in at $107,490.


How Much is the New Tesla?

The Tesla Model Y is the newest Tesla model. The “Long-Range” model starts at $45,690. The “Performance” version starts at $55,690. Additional options (e.g., seats, tow hitch) can add $4,000 and full self-driving capability (when available) can add $8,000 to the purchase price. Your state’s electric vehicle incentives (if any) may reduce your cost along with savings derived from lower maintenance costs and lower “fuel” costs.


Why is Tesla So Expensive?

Tesla builds premium, high-tech vehicles that actually aren’t all that much more expensive than equivalent conventional vehicles. It should also be noted that its cars outperform equivalent conventional vehicles in almost every category. The reason for the cost differential between Tesla and others is the cost of Li-Ion batteries that provide the range required for the car. As the cost of these batteries comes down—and it is coming down—Tesla has become directly cost competitive with equivalent conventional cars.


How Much is a Tesla SUV?

The Tesla Model X is a full size SUV and the Model Y is a smaller crossover. The Model X has a base price of $74,690, nicely appointed. Model X Performance Model base price is $94,690. Fully Loaded the Model X comes in at $114,490. The Tesla Model Y “Long-Range” starts at $45,690. The “Performance” version starts at $55,690. Additional options (e.g., seats, tow hitch) can add $4,000 and full self-driving capability (when available) can add $8,000 to the purchase price. Your state’s electric vehicle incentives (if any) may reduce your cost along with savings derived from lower maintenance costs and lower “fuel” costs.


How Much Does a 2019 Tesla Car Cost?

The cost of any used car is predicated on the model year, the car’s condition and options, and the vehicle’s mileage. Teslas are no different. A used Tesla Model 3 (2018) can be purchased in the 36,000 to 47,000 range. A 3-year old Tesla Model S or X is often in the $45,000 to $60,000 range. Newer Model S and X vehicles can be acquired in the $65,000 to $80,000 range.


How to Buy a Tesla?

Teslas are purchased on-line at tesla.com. All models and options can be purchased at their website. In addition, some “inventory” and certified previously owned (CPO) Tesla are available. Contact the neared Tesla store for details.


How to Afford a Tesla?

The affordability of a Tesla is no different that the affordability of any car. You can purchase outright, finance, or lease. Your overall monthly disposable income (after taxes) defines the amount that can be allocated to your auto budget. Most experts suggest that your automobile budget should not exceed 20 – 25 percent of your monthly take home pay.


What Salary Do You Need to Afford a Tesla?

Most experts suggest that your automobile budget should not exceed 20 – 25 percent of your monthly take home pay. Let P = the percent of take-home salary you’re willing to spend. Go on-line to tesla.com and select the Tesla you want. Determine the monthly cost, C, of financing or leasing the Tesla. This information is also available at tesla.com. You can compute the approximate take home salary you’ll need, S, using the following relationship: S = C / P.


Why is the Tesla Model S So Expensive?

Tesla builds premium, high-tech vehicles that actually aren’t all that much more expensive than equivalent conventional vehicles. It should also be noted that its cars outperform equivalent conventional vehicles in almost every category. The reason for the cost differential between Tesla and others is the cost of Li-Ion batteries that provide the range required for the car. As the cost of these batteries comes down—and it is coming down—Tesla has become directly cost competitive with equivalent conventional cars.


How Much Does It Cost to Drive a Tesla Per Mile?

The monthly cost (not counting lease payment or financing charges) for any car includes the cost of insurance, the cost for fuel, and the cost of maintenance. For a Tesla vehicle, the cost of insurance is somewhat higher than the cost for an equivalent ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) vehicle. The cost of fuel is considerably less than half of the cost of an ICE vehicle—a significant saving. The average cost of maintenance is considerably less because there is less to maintain (e.g., no oil changes and less frequent brake replacement). The typical cost per mile for Tesla vehicles (not counting depreciation) ranges from 3.9 to 4.6 cents/mile, depending on electricity costs in your area and assumptions made about other maintenance activities. The cost for conventional (gas) cars is typically 12 to 20 cents per mile, depending on your car’s efficiency (mi/gal), gasoline costs and assumptions made about other maintenance activities.


How Much to Charge a Tesla Model 3?

If you charge at a Tesla supercharger, the cost is typically about $0.25 per KW if you purchased a Model S or Model X after January 2017. Supercharging is free for cars purchased before, January 2017. The average supercharger cost of $0.25 per KW also applies for Model 3. A full recharge to about 250 miles of range costs approximately $22.00. More typically, a half charge (150 miles of range) would cost about $11.00. Cost varies based on the region of the country and local electricity rates. If you charge your Model 3 at home, the cost would be about $7.40 for a “fill up.”


How Much Does Tesla Solar Roof Cost?

The overall cost depends on the size of your roof. An approximate cost is about $21.00 per square foot.

How Much Does Tesla Solar Roof Cost?

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